I might not post a link from The Register. If that's a mistake, I'll remove it.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/02/06/open_and_shut/

<qoute>Despite nearly a year in the market, Apache 2.4 hasn't stemmed its slide. But for me, that's not really the point. What's so interesting and healthy here is that two open-source projects are fighting for market supremacy in the only way open source really knows how: technical merit. Because both have to appeal to developers, and developers have a low tolerance for marketing speak.</quote>

In this way they will have faster and faster system to run, and developers can actually vote who wins, seems something we will never able to achieve?

Comments please,

Best,

dong