It's just a stock install, but my understanding is it has built-in
WebSocket support. So it's possible to host WebSocket-based server apps
there for use in running WebSocket clients test cases, and I'm happy to
install apps there for that purpose (after code review).
This is in addition to the pywebsockets support on http://w3c-test.org/ which I sent a message about earlier (see below).
> We now have initial WebSocket server support set up on w3c-test.org. Simple
> demo here:
> http://w3c-test.org/demo/console.html >
> The server support uses pywebsocket, so if you have server components of
> WebSocket test cases written in Python, we can host them under
> http://www.w3c-test.org/ws/ >
> If anybody's interested in actually trying that right now, and you have
> *_wsh.py handlers you'd like to have installed, we can work on getting
> something set up to facilitate it.