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Cleaning up Wordpress comment tables
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In Montreal with Dups and Kaj, we were looking at a number of technical problems, and each one of you got something valuable from the meeting.
One of Kaj's problems was a collection of Wordpress blogs infested by spam. Kaj has done something already but the situation was critical. Before applying Akismet to his comments, he needed to cleanup the majority of the spam in same easy way.

It is not rocket science, really, but it needs some care in the implementation.
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MySQL Event in Montreal : one more big shot
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Dups is organizing an MySQL event in Montreal.

Also Kaj Arnö is coming along, and will show the results of an interesting research about social networking.

Event: Meet and talk to MySQL Gurus

Where: 1800 McGill College Avenue, Suite 800, Montreal

When: 5-7pm,

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MySQL Event in Montreal : one more big shot
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Dups is organizing an MySQL event in Montreal.

Also Kaj Arnö is coming along, and will show the results of an interesting research about social networking.

Event: Meet and talk to MySQL Gurus

Where: 1800 McGill College Avenue, Suite 800, Montreal

When: 5-7pm,

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MySQL Event in Montreal : one more big shot
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Dups is organizing an MySQL event in Montreal.

Also Kaj Arnö is coming along, and will show the results of an interesting research about social networking.

Event: Meet and talk to MySQL Gurus

Where: 1800 McGill College Avenue, Suite 800, Montreal

When:

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Italians strike back
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What follows is the text of my "Swedish" blog.
Look mom, I am blogging in Swedish!
I am starting a blog in Swedish. Now, why should I do such a thing? I usually blog in English, and I don't even bother blogging in my native Italian. Most importantly, I do not speak Swedish at all. So, why bother?
My friend and colleague Kaj Arnö had the gall of starting a






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Report for MySQL Camp, 29th July 2008, Bangalore
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This MySQL event with Kaj Arno was well received. Kaj talked about the product, from different aspects, both technical and business with bit of short history, how the community could contribute, how safe MySQL at the hands of Sun, etc. It was very engaging and informative.

In his typical style of localising presentations beyond english , he started the presentations with speaking couple of sentences in few local languages: Kannada, Tamil and Hindi. The audiences were pleasantly surprised and this received huge applause.

I talked about specifically how to contribute code to MySQL-- how to get started with a focus to contribute code. I put lots of urls through out the presentation and I

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Report for MySQL Camp, 29th July 2008, Bangalore
Employee +0 Vote Up -0Vote Down

This MySQL event with Kaj Arno was well received. Kaj talked about the product, from different aspects, both technical and business with bit of short history, how the community could contribute, how safe MySQL at the hands of Sun, etc. It was very engaging and informative.

In his typical style of localising presentations beyond english , he started the presentations with speaking couple of sentences in few local languages: Kannada, Tamil and Hindi. The audiences were pleasantly surprised and this received huge applause.

I talked about specifically how to contribute code to MySQL-- how to get started with a focus to contribute code. I put lots of urls through out the presentation

  [Read more...]
Report for MySQL Camp, 29th July 2008, Bangalore
Employee +0 Vote Up -0Vote Down

This MySQL event with Kaj Arno was well received. Kaj talked about the product, from different aspects, both technical and business with bit of short history, how the community could contribute, how safe MySQL at the hands of Sun, etc. It was very engaging and informative.

In his typical style of localising presentations beyond english , he started the presentations with speaking couple of sentences in few local languages: Kannada, Tamil and Hindi. The audiences were pleasantly surprised and this received huge applause.

I talked about specifically how to contribute code to MySQL-- how to get started with a focus to contribute code. I put lots of urls through out the presentation

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