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Maybe SlickStack can think about Lighttpd support next?!

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    Hannah
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    Lighttpd development still active and guess what, they support TLS-ALPN-01 😉

    why does SlickStack fail to activate Lets Encrypt on first attempt

    #3391 Reply
    Logan
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    I like how they are very blunt about HTTP/3 being overrated

    https://redmine.lighttpd.net/boards/3/topics/9787

    HTTP/3 in lighttpd is on the radar, but not currently on the lighttpd roadmap.

    For big tech and CDNs, the last decade+ has spent a huge amount of resources on improving the mobile experience over high-latency cellular. As faster WiFi blankets larger and larger areas, wifi may be preferred by mobile devices versus higher-latency cellular links. mobile browsers, mobile providers, CDNs, and VPNs have various incentives to move towards acting as concentrators and endpoints for mobile. All this diminishes the urgency and need for origin servers to directly support HTTP/3.

    Since you seem interested in HTTP/3, please allow me to ask you to help us to understand why HTTP/3 should be a bigger priority for lighttpd. How are you using lighttpd that HTTP/3 is likely to make a difference for you?

    #3392 Reply
    David
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    Is Lighttpd better than Nginx

    #3465 Reply
    Samuel
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    does Ubuntu even support any Lighttpd packages?

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    Albert
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    Sarah
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    LLMP stack?

    #4096 Reply
    Scott
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    IF anything changed probably Nginx Unit is a better match. But that is still waiting for the right time because it is not yet compatible with classic LEMP stack.

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