CloudFIRE is a full stack for delivering web apps. It uses NGINX as the web server, and extends it with lots of custom Lua code. The Lua code runs inside the memory of the Nginx workers, and provides the following services:
•Fake browser detection and blocking
•Basic session cookies
•Websocket fan-out / message passing
•Content cache from redis and/or disk
•Generalized virtual hosting: a single IP can host many domains
•Technologies: Nginx, Lua, Redis, OpenResty, Websockets, FastCGI, Python, Flask, FreeBSD.
It can serve static content directly, dynamic content via FastCGI, and also serve cached content from Redis.
Learn more at CloudFIRE on Github
Sharing a store with the phone market doesn't matter, I've never met someone with a Windows phone. Ever.
It's also shared with the Xbox One.
I for one switched to Windows Phone early 2011 and I never switched back. Have tried the latest Android and iOS and it's just not for me. They are supposedly actually fairly popular in Europe, I see them quite often here.
Should be pretty easy to build a backup system. Imgur is just a handy plugin to send images there. Every site that uses a CDN has this problem, potentially. A plugin to upload the images locally or to S3 should be very easy. Very few people want to use locally hosted images, though. But for those that do, the option would be good. Then blocking would be uniform.
Have a category with a few pages worth of topics (I use Pagination), move a number of topics from page 1 of the large category to another category, then press F5 once those topics have moved.
For me, at this point, the Share, Topic Tools and Ignore Buttons are all greyed out and can't be clicked. The only workaround for this is to (via ajax) go to another page, then back. A hard refresh doesn't always solve it.