@DownPW Interesting. I do wonder however if this project was forked because of the CVE’s identified, or the fact that the core developer of NGINX doesn’t like the idea of his brainchild being consumed by a large corporate. We’ve seen this happen before on numerous occasions such as the belowOwnCloud -> Forked to NextCloud MySql -> Forked to MariaDB Open Office -> Forked to Libre Office
I’d like to think that this is all in the name of keeping Open Source software free, although part of me thinks that forks are created for other reasons aside from the original developer not agreeing or being palatable to the direction acquisition typically brings to the table. You cannot expect a larger entity to purchase your Open Source software and for it to remain in its current format, or to operate autonomously. This is not how larger corporate entities operate.