Alaya is a chrooting webserver with basic webdav extensions and a number of unsual features. It can serve both http and https and is intended to provide a simple means for people to share directories with webdav. Although it chroots it supports running CGI programs outside of the chroot via a trusted-path method. Alaya can support perfect-forward-secrecy and client certificate authentication. As of version 2.0 it has preliminary websockets support.
Alaya is made available under the Gnu Public License version 3, and comes with no warranties or guarentees.