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MySQL has a new release model
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In an earlier post, the pursuit of openness, I announced that MySQL is working at a new release model.

There are still a few details to sort out, but the general plan is ready. The new release model has been approved and starts to operate immediately.

The basic principles of this model are:

  • The trunk is always at least in beta quality.
  • A milestone starts in beta quality ( never in alpha) with a merge between the trunk and a stage tree;
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MySQL has a new release model
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In an earlier post, the pursuit of openness, I announced that MySQL is working at a new release model.

There are still a few details to sort out, but the general plan is ready. The new release model has been approved and starts to operate immediately.

The basic principles of this model are:

  • The trunk is always at least in beta quality.
  • A milestone starts in beta quality ( never in alpha) with a merge between the trunk and a stage tree;
  [Read more...]
MySQL has a new release model
Employee +0 Vote Up -0Vote Down

In an earlier post, the pursuit of openness, I announced that MySQL is working at a new release model.

There are still a few details to sort out, but the general plan is ready. The new release model has been approved and starts to operate immediately.

The basic principles of this model are:

  • The trunk is always at least in beta quality.
  • A milestone starts in beta quality ( never in alpha) with a merge between the trunk and a stage tree;
  [Read more...]
Shaking things up
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It’s been a hectic week, and it’s only Tuesday.

My wife and I recently made a decision to move on from MySQL. My passion is software development, and my experience doesn’t lend itself well to database development. Therefore, I’m returning to Amazon on Monday, if my intel is correct.

Through a strange series of coincidences, my resume was submitted to the same group which I left 14 short months ago. I will be returning to HTML, JavaScript, Perl, shell script and a tad bit of Java development.

It has been a pleasure working for and with MySQL AB. They make a wonderful database, and their support folks are top notch. I’ll miss them all. But heck, I can …

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