1.1.5 is published.
There have been some drastic changes under the hood. We are now by default race-condition proof, and we fixed a lot of bugs with this approach. The disadvantage is that we will need MongoDB a little bit more to offer rock-solid reactivity. The extra-queries we do should be very fast since they are only on “_id”, it’s too much to explain for this post, but it’s a trade-off we had to do to assure consistency.
As @msavin mentioned, he is right, detailed docs, info about the team, etc and since this package targets apps with a lot of traffic, not 50 online users, but over 300-400, it’s clear that people who would use this, would have enough money to support it.
The problem is I believe in open-source. And I don’t want to make an enterprise only version of it, on the other hand, I see the point, as long as it does not provide business value to my company, I won’t invest too much in it, and this can collide with other people’s interests.
I will have to give this more thought.
@efrancis next step: make some official benchmarks.