--- Comment #21 from Gabriel Wicke <> ---
So I guess this is waiting for a more up to date version of nginx at this

(In reply to Ryan Lane from comment #16)
> > Yeah -- the packaged build of Nginx that we are running in production was 
> > not
> > compiled with the requisite flag for SPDY support. But your broader point is
> > correct: it is pretty simple to do, and there is no compelling reason not to
> > do
> > it, AFAIK.
> Except that our infrastructure isn't really set up in an ideal way to use
> SPDY. We use multiple endpoints, for instance.

Do you mean us using several domains? Even just using it for the API and bits
would already be a good step forward. We can optimize further down the road.

> Can you use a shared SSL cache? 

Can you describe what this is about?

> Does it properly support forward secrecy (can we roll the keys? we can't 
> properly with nginx). Etc. etc. etc.

As far as I can tell nginx supports forward secrecy. Can you describe the issue
that you see with key rolling?

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