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OSCon 2008 Video: Does Open Source Need to Be Organic?
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A panel consisting of Brian Aker of MySQL, Rob Lanphier of Linden Lab, Stephen O'Grady of Redmonk, and Theodore Ts'o of the Linux Foundation gives some answers to the question, "Does Open Source Need to Be Organic?" This topic stemmed from a few posts by Ts'o a few months before OSCon.

From the official conference description:

there?s much more to a software project than just the license. Are software projects dominated by a …

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OSCon 2008 Video: Does Open Source Need to Be Organic?
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A panel consisting of Brian Aker of MySQL, Rob Lanphier of Linden Lab, Stephen O'Grady of Redmonk, and Theodore Ts'o of the Linux Foundation gives some answers to the question, "Does Open Source Need to Be Organic?" This topic stemmed from a few posts by Ts'o a few months before OSCon.

From the official conference description:

there?s much more to a software project than just the license. Are software projects dominated …

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OSCon 2008 Video: State of ... Lightning Talks
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"The State of" Lightning talks, moderated by Josh Berkus, is always a great highlight.
OSCon 2008's speakers and projects included:

  • Brian Aker: Memcached
  • Glynn Foster: OpenSolaris
  • OSI: Danese Cooper
  • MySQL: Monty Widenius
  • PostgreSQL: Bruce Momjian
  • GNOME: Dave Neary
  • Gentoo: Donnie Berkholz
  • OpenOffice.org: Louis Suarez-Potts
  • Jabber: Peter Saint-Andre
  • Mozdev: Brian King
  • OpenID: Scott Kveton
  • Open Scrum: James Dixon














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OSCon 2008 Video: Josh Berkus' Safe Data is Happy Data
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Josh Berkus' "Safe Data is Happy Data" (originally entitled "Lock Up Your Data") goes talks about defense in depth -- going beyond firewalls and other "perimeter defense" mechanisms such as middleware and web server tools. Berkus explains "full-stack security" including preventing SQL injection, data abstraction, database permissions, and even what to do after an attack.

Stream directly online at http://technocation.org/node/591/play or download the 346 Mb .wmv file at .

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Why Drizzle? (video)
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Brian Aker gives the "zinger" lightning talk about the newly announced "Drizzle". This short (under 8 minutes) video captures Aker's highlights of why he started the Drizzle project and how Drizzle is different from MySQL -- both in what has been removed from MySQL and what features Drizzle can accomodate.

Play the video directly in your browser at http://technocation.org/node/576/play or download the 116 Mb file at http://technocation.org/node/576/download.

Cluster Talk at March 2008 Boston User Group -- Slides and Video Are Up!
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Well, nobody from Sun showed up in person, but we got a great rendition of "Where were you when you heard THE NEWS that Sun bought MySQL?" from Mark Rubin, the MySQL Sales Engineer for the New England area, and from Giuseppe Maxia, who revealed something very interesting and riveting.

From there, Giuseppe gave a short talk on what it's like to work at MySQL, and then we moved on to the topic of the user group meeting, "What is MySQL Cluster Good For?"

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How Much Does a Damian Conway?
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The last keynote of Tuesday evening at OSCon 2008 was entitled "Temporarily Quaquaversal Virtual Nanomachine Programming in Multiple Topologically Connected Quantum-Relativistic Parallel Timespaces.....Made Easy!"

Damian Conway is a speaker that should not be missed. He spends his time hacking perl to do fascinating and obscure feats of technology such as time travel. This video is just over an hour of rolling laughter that will entertain you into realizing what a genius Damian Conway is.

Now, most of my exposure is within the MySQL Community, so if folks could pass the links to the video along to other communities, that would be great.

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Backups: A Video Presentation By Keith Murphy From the June 2008 Boston MySQL User Group
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The Boston MySQL User Group was lucky enough to get Keith Murphy to speak at the June User Group meeting, about backups.

Links referred to in the presentation:

MyLVMBackup by Lenz Grimmer
http://lenz.homelinux.org/mylvmbackup/

InnoDB Hot Backup:
Prices are at:
http://www.innodb.com/hot-backup/order/
and at the time of this writing are:
1-Year License ? 390 USD$ 605 …




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Radically Simple Backup & Recovery for Live MySQL
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At the 2008 MySQL Conference and Expo, Chander Kant of Zmanda delivered a keynote on "Radically Simple Backup & Recovery for Live MySQL". Get the slides on the Forge at http://forge.mysql.com/wiki/MySQLConf2008ThursdayNotes#Radically_Simple_Backup_.26_Recovery_for_Live_MySQL

Video: A Match Made in Heaven? The Social Graph and the Database
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At the 2008 MySQL Conference and Expo, Jeff Rothschild of Facebook.com delivered a keynote entitled "A Match Made in Heaven? The Social Graph and the Database". See people's blog posts on the Forge at http://forge.mysql.com/wiki/MySQLConf2008ThursdayNotes#A_Match_Made_in_Heaven.3F_The_Social_Graph_and_the_Database

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