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Vote for me! ... widget for your blog.
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Most likely you have seen Giuseppe's post showing the latest feature of Planet MySQL. Voting from RSS readers, was one feature I was really hoping for, since the day voting was announced. As I read most blogs using Google Reader.

Now, I don't remember if it was Dups who asked me, or if I asked him, but all I remember is that I ended up writing a little JavaScript widget, that you can add to your blog. This widget allows readers to vote for your blog on Planet MySQL, all from within your blog.

Why would you want to add this JavaScript to your blog?
Because you want to make it very




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The power of RSS
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Thanks a ton to Xarb who reminded me of pipes in his blog post about filtering out fluffy planet mysql authors.
I should remember Pipes, since I work at Yahoo and I was called in to help out with their DB that first full day they were launched and couldn't handle the traffic, but hey, sometimes things just don't come to mind.

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I unsubscribed from the Planet MySQL feed
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Now why would I do that, especially when my blog is syndicated through it? Simple. I’m always trying to cut back on RSS and other “stuff.” Less is more. But don’t worry — I subscribed again. Only this time, I subscribed to my own filtered version of it! I built it [...]
PlanetMySQL Update: Goodbye, MagpieRSS, hello SimplePie!
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This is more of an "behind the scenes" update and I hope that you won't see any (negative) changes on the PlanetMySQL front page or the RSS feeds: I just finished and commited the conversion of the backend script that performs the parsing and aggregation of feeds from requiring MagpieRSS to SimplePie.

This will provide better support for a wider range of feed types and should also fix a few quirks, e.g. that some postings (for example the one from Kevin

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PlanetMySQL Update: Goodbye, MagpieRSS, hello SimplePie!
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This is more of an "behind the scenes" update and I hope that you won't see any (negative) changes on the PlanetMySQL front page or the RSS feeds: I just finished and commited the conversion of the backend script that performs the parsing and aggregation of feeds from requiring MagpieRSS to SimplePie.

This will provide better support for a wider range of feed types and should also fix a few quirks, e.g. that some postings (for example the one from Kevin

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RelationalNews.com is online
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Good news fellow DBAs; adding to the already packed list of RSS/Atom aggregation sites out there on the internet, there is a new site catering to DBAs called Relationalnews. Feel free to add your feed(s) for aggregation, because what else do bloggers want but more visibility to search engines, right? This was basically a coding project to get familiar with CodeIgnitor as well as RSS and Atom xml feed processing in PHP. Pretty simple looking back on it, and it was generally a fun project.I’ll probably add more features to the site at a later time, with free time being what it is…So read the news! http://relationalnews.com 

Stay up to date with what's cooking@MySQL: RSS feeds galore
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Did you know that many parts of the MySQL web sites provide news and updates via RSS Feeds? Markus Popp from our web team did a great job on making some of these more visible by adding RSS icons to the respective pages. If you want to keep up with what's happing at MySQL, consider adding the following feeds to your feed reader:

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RSS Feed has been fixed
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Because of some weird bug my RSS feeds were broken ever since I’ve upgraded to WP 2.5. Today they were fixed and I hope they’ll have some new posts there soon Stay tuned.

Project: RSS Feed Storage Using InnoDB
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I’ve been coding a couple of scripts that run on 5 minute intervals to grab RSS/Atom feed data from http://mysql-dba.com and import that into a MySQL database. It idea is to create a search function for the site that will look at all past data from the aggregated feeds. Since there are multiple pollers running at different intervals I decided to use Innodb for the read/write nature of the poller/processing scripts.

This is very simple so far - and as such I felt it should be documented from the start unlike many of my other projects. Here’s the feed table that is storing the information from the RSS feeds.


mysql> show create table feed_items\G
*************************** 1. row ***************************
Table: feed_items
Create Table: CREATE TABLE `feed_items` (
`id` bigint(20) NOT NULL




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SQLite table to read Atom feeds
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Ah, Christmas Holidays! Time to take a break from the daily chores... to spend some time with family... but also time to catch up on reading and spend some hours on some fun hacking.

When catching up on my reading of Dr. Dobb's Journal, I came across an interesting article by Michael Owens about writing virtual tables for SQLite, which got me thinking about a small hack I've wanted to do for a while: a table that reads an RSS/Atom feed and presents the data to the query engine. Originally, I was planning to implement this as a MySQL

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