Granted this is not a posting about Moodle hardware/performance specifically but think it's related and, according to those who keep informed on the topic (I've just recently discovered and feel I've had blinders on! :\), it will have an impact on Moodle via the setup of Apache servers.
In investigating HTTP/2 have learned that Google provides something called SPDY that is using HTTP/2 but the IETF HTTP
working group is in final stages ... the draft is in the "Last Call" state. Translation by layman: Here "soon" means "around a few
WordPress folks are talking about it: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/http2-and-wordpress
Sorry for the prelim, now the questions ....
Anyone running Google's SPDY and Moodle 2 now?
Anyone on the leading edge who will adopt HTTP/2?
Will this development change moodle coding?
'spirit of sharing', Ken