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October 30, 2014  #59
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Handles the recent POODLE vulnerability by disabling SSLv2/SSLv3 by default.

Joyent and several members of the Node.js community announced a proposal for a Node.js Advisory Board as a next step towards a fully open governance model for the Node open source project.

The npm repository now has more than 100,000 modules and this infographic both celebrates that fact and shares some other interesting info, such as the current top npm maintainers, what OS developers using npm use, and more.

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Matt DeBergalis
First linked in JavaScript Weekly issue 74 in early 2012, Meteor has gone from strength to strength and has now reached a significant 1.0 milestone. In celebration of this, the first 8 chapters of Discover Meteor are free for the next week, if you want to learn how to use Meteor.

Node.js maintainer Burt Belder thinks Node needs to expands its horizons, into mobile uses in particular.

HP Enterprise
HP has built a RESTful service called AppDebug that assists with performing remote debugging of Node apps. (This was also in the last issue but we messed up the link.)


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