nginx goes "Prime time"
Today, Igor announced that he is establishing a company behind nginx, citing that he and some others are going to be focusing more seriously on development, support, etc. This is exciting, as it proves how serious the project has become. For a long time, nginx has been regularly updated, and support has been typically very reliable, but at the end of the day, the internals of nginx development and features and such have largely been a mystery. It sounds like now we'll all benefit from increased transparency and much more focus on the end-users and support for developers in a more structured and formal way.
I, for one, am excited to see things like a roadmap and making it easier for contributors to help out.
Read Igor's post here.