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MariaDB Foundation Takes Next Steps To Community Governance
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The MariaDB Foundation, stewards of the community-maintained open source MariaDB database that is sweeping the Internet, announced today the next steps towards a community-managed governance structure. With the appointment of a new, enlarged Board of Directors and a new interim chief executive, the MariaDB Foundation is now on track to a fully member-led governance in the second half of 2013.

The Board members are now Rasmus Johansson, Andrew Katz, Simon Phipps, Michael “Monty” Widenius, and Jeremy Zawodny. The first act of the new interim Board was to appoint Johansson as Chair and Phipps as Secretary and Chief Executive Officer. …

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MySQL Community Reception - Celebrate with Oracle's MySQL Team!
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Join Oracle’s MySQL team on April 22 to celebrate the general availability of MySQL 5.6. Get together in a relaxed atmosphere—make a toast, enjoy product demos and fun activities, and celebrate the MySQL community effort and contributions that made the latest release possible. Register here today!

Date: Monday, April 22, 2013

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Location: TechMart Santa Clara
5201 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA, USA
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Why I don't care about open core any more
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For reasons that I will blog about in a couple of weeks, several people last week asked me what I think about open core. My answer was that nowadays I don't care much about the topic. Long time readers of this blog might be surprised at such an answer, so I thought this was a good time to reflect on why I don't think it is very important anymore, and more importantly to document the empirical evindence that we now have about open core as a business strategy.

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MariaDB participates in Google Summer of Code 2013
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MariaDB is very happy to be accepted as a project in the Google Summer of Code 2013. This will be our first year participating and we’re stoked that we’re one of the accepted organizations. We have an ideas list as always, and we’re expecting to get some great mentors & students to hack on some new code for the MariaDB project (which now comprises not just the server, …

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Upcoming & Past Events with MySQL attendance
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Just a reminder for 2 important MySQL events as they have already been announced:

MySQL Community Reception - “Let’s Celebrate MySQL 5.6 GA!”

  • Date: Apr 22, 2013
  • Place: TechMart Santa Clara,  5201 Great America Parkway,  Santa Clara,  CA 95054
  • See the whole announcement here;
  • More information and registration is available …


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MySQL Workbench team hiring C++ and/or Python developers
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The MySQL Developer Tools team at Oracle is looking for good C++ and/or Python developers to help with the MySQL Workbench project.

In the Workbench team, you’ll be responsible for developing features, maintaining the existing codebase and interact with the community to improve the project.

We’re looking for candidates to work from office at Guadalajara, Mexico or from home in Romania, Ukraine, Portugal, Poland or Czech Republic, with availability to start in the team in late May.

Job Description

Software Developer, MySQL Workbench

Software Development position responsible …

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MariaDB now in OpenBSD ports tree
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MariaDB 5.5 is now inside of OpenBSD, the free, functional & secure OS. The work started a few weeks ago, and now you can get MariaDB via the ports tree. And yes, it will replace the current MySQL 5.1 that ships in the next release.

“Let’s Celebrate MySQL 5.6 GA!” - MySQL Community Reception by Oracle
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Join Oracle’s MySQL Team on April 22, 2013, as we celebrate the general availability of MySQL 5.6. With product demos and fun activities in a relaxing atmosphere, this is the party for the MySQL community to get together and have a toast on the work all of us did to make MySQL 5.6 the best release ever. Whether you are an attendee at Percona Live, a member of local MySQL user groups, a MySQL user in the San Francisco Bay Area, or simply interested in MySQL technology, you’re all invited to Oracle’s MySQL Community Reception.
    •    Mingle with your peers and learn from real-world experiences.
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Report : Bangalore MySQL User Camp (BMUC) 22 Mar
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We had a great kickoff to the Bangalore MySQL User camp on 22 March 2013 at the Oracle Kalyani Magnum Office.

There were 17 attendees from the MySQL community besides more than 15 MySQL engineers who attended the meet. Of these 3 community members were from groups inside Oracle. There was a mix of new and veteran MySQL users. The MySQL India teams gave a brief introduction about themselves, followed by a quick overdrew of MySQL and how it is different from other databases. The presentation about 5.6 features was presented last and the one that was most liked. There was a great networking over juice and Donuts after the meeting. There …

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What other pluggable authentication plugins would you like in MariaDB?
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MariaDB has had pluggable authentication since MariaDB 5.2. Our most popular authentication plugin that we ship in MariaDB is the PAM authentication plugin. Naturally one is curious to see if users would like to see more authentication plugins being made available, so we’ve posted a poll on Facebook. Please feel free to add your vote to the

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