Will HTTP/2 Make Irrelevant the "[Reactive/Meteor] isn't scalable" argument?

This article seems to imply that all the “best practices” of today made to lessen http requests (image sprits, concating scripts, etc.) will be essentially irrelevant come HTTP/2

These once “expensive” problems will be “cheap”. Will this apply to the concerns about Meteor and concurrent users?

Of course this won’t take effect immediately, nor will it eliminate all need for scale-friendly configurations of your application-- but does it eventually tip the scale over the next couple of years?

No I don’t think this has any relation to those issues.