Not a wildly exciting development, but an important one in these times: the One Repo demo, which was previously available under the HTTP protocol (http://onerepo.net/) now also supports the secure variant HTTPS (https://onerepo.net/). This means that your connection is strongly encrypted, and no-one can see what you’re searching for or finding.
That may not seem important — who cares if people can snoop on your searches? But as the Web as a whole moves towards tighter encryption, it’s going to be increasingly important. For example, as part of its drive towards a more secure Web, the Mozilla Foundation announced in April 2015 that they plan to phase out support for non-encrypted web-sites.
The new support for HTTPS keeps the One Repo ahead of the curve.