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It turns out....
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I got a phone call the other day from someone asking about MaxDB MailDB. He said that he got my phone number from something he read online. I publish my phone number with a lot of my writings, as well as the url to *this page you're reading now*

So some people call me on it sometimes. I might have to put up an asterisk filter some time if I get too many calls.

He called me to tell me that MailDB is the new Jesus Christ and that I should *sell sell sell*!!!! (!!!)

He didn't put it quite that way, but that's the gist of the conversation.

Those of you who are interested in buying, please accept a license to the following code under the GNU GPL:

http://colliertech.org/svn/maildb/

I spoke with my manager about working on this code for MySQL during work hours. That means that any work I do on it belongs to MySQL, Inc., and would be licensed to the community under the GPL.
MaxDB Wikipedia entry updated
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I pushed live the new Wikipedia article on MaxDB.

The majority of the credit for this article goes to ulfw_rss, from the MaxDB group at MySQL
SAP.info article on MaxDB
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Hey all,

Cross posting some work-related stuff here, since I haven't quite decided whether I like movable type or not...

http://www.sap.info/goto/en/go/29707/

And while I'm at it...

What does the community want to see out of MaxDB in 2006? What are the main areas we should focus on this year? What would make your experience of using MaxDB better? Easier? More enjoyable?

I don't know how well trackbacks work, so you may feel free to email your suggestions to maxdb@mysql.com if they seem to be broken :)
blog splitting
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Hey all,

I hear that the collective "you" are annoyed by all of the technical bits on this blog. So I've decided to move non-personal blog entries to my movable type server at mt.colliertech.org. Specifically, work blog posts will be made to

http://colliertech.org/~cjcollier/mysql/

If this works well and I start making lots of posts, I will have the planet mysql aggregator point to the new atom feed:

http://mt.colliertech.org/mysql/atom.xml

good fun, that. For those of you who don't read this blog to get new and juicy bits of information about MaxDB and MySQL, rest assured that posts to this blog will now be easier to consume :)
blog splitting
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Hey all,

I hear that the collective "you" are annoyed by all of the technical bits on this blog. So I've decided to move non-personal blog entries to my movable type server at mt.colliertech.org. Specifically, work blog posts will be made to

http://colliertech.org/~cjcollier/mysql/

If this works well and I start making lots of posts, I will have the planet mysql aggregator point to the new atom feed:

http://mt.colliertech.org/mysql/atom.xml

good fun, that. For those of you who don't read this blog to get new and juicy bits of information about MaxDB and MySQL, rest assured that posts to this blog will now be easier to consume :)
MaxDB article on sap.info
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http://www.sap.info/INT/int/index/Category-28943c61b1e60d84b-int/0/articlesVersions-1062943bd0ec4c023c
MaxDB article on sap.info
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http://www.sap.info/INT/int/index/Category-28943c61b1e60d84b-int/0/articlesVersions-1062943bd0ec4c023c
Re-install
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My sound card wasn't working, so I installed ubuntu. now it works. I wiped my old testing version of maxdb and am now using the debian version.

I am going to see about making a synch manager debian package if one does not already exist.
Re-install
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My sound card wasn't working, so I installed ubuntu. now it works. I wiped my old testing version of maxdb and am now using the debian version.

I am going to see about making a synch manager debian package if one does not already exist.
3d printer
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What do y'all think of the idea of a 3d printer? Aaron uses one at work. They call them "C&C machines." I don't recall what C&C stands for, but it basically takes a 3d model from a computer and cuts it into a piece of metal. I've been thinking about building such a beast.

Since there are a lot of data related to such a task, I figured I could get mysql and maxdb involved. Feedback?
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