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Cloud Computing for the White House?
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Ok, Now we are talking!

Oh well, we know the Obama team is quite technology savvy and want to run the administration on the state of the art computer technologies. As an example, Obama campaign website used MySQL on the backend. 

So then, can Cloud Computing benefits lure the administration? Security and Technology experts discuss on national public radio  if Cloud Computing will work for the White House and how their computers should run.  …

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Cloud Computing for the White House?
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Ok, Now we are talking!

Oh well, we know the Obama team is quite technology savvy and want to run the administration on the state of the art computer technologies. As an example, Obama campaign website used MySQL on the backend. 

So then, can Cloud Computing benefits lure the administration? Security and Technology experts discuss on national public radio  if Cloud Computing will work for the White House and how their computers should run.  …

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Cloud Computing for the White House?
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Ok, Now we are talking!

Oh well, we know the Obama team is quite technology savvy and want to run the administration on the state of the art computer technologies. As an example, Obama campaign website used MySQL on the backend. 

So then, can Cloud Computing benefits lure the administration? Security and Technology experts discuss on national public radio  if Cloud Computing will work for the White House and how their computers should run.  …

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Change Has Come to America
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On behalf of Sun Microsystems, I would like to offer my sincerest congratulations to President elect Barack Obama. What an extraordinary accomplishment.

I would also like to extend my congratulations to his web team for having chosen MySQL as the platform behind their election web site, BarackObama.com.

Lest many of you get your hopes up, we cannot guarantee the White House to all MySQL users.

Lights!
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I have lights on the front of my house!

Its been 15 months since that has been the case! I even have a
ceiling light in the entrance way. Sure... no ceiling, but I have a
light!

Amazing, my house now won't look like some sort of scary haunted
house from the street.

In other news I added bittype support to the archive engine in MySQL.
Eight characters to create.

Just have to love low hanging fruit....


Lights!
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I have lights on the front of my house!

Its been 15 months since that has been the case! I even have a
ceiling light in the entrance way. Sure... no ceiling, but I have a
light!

Amazing, my house now won't look like some sort of scary haunted
house from the street.

In other news I added bittype support to the archive engine in MySQL.
Eight characters to create.

Just have to love low hanging fruit....


archive engine, rss2, mosquito breeding grounds
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Having more thoughts on code as of late. I have been doing research into sparse indexes since I believe that is the answer to one issue I have with long term storage of data in the archive engine. AKA you have years worth of data and you only want a month's view at a time. I don't want to use a BTREE, since it would grow to being fairly large, so the answer is to just allow someone to set intervals
and allow a jump point to an approximate row. The push down condition code that was added in 5.0 should make this fairly trivial to do.

On a different note I updated …


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