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  • phoronix
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    Fedora Will Indeed Replace MySQL With MariaDB

    Phoronix: Fedora Will Indeed Replace MySQL With MariaDB

    All of the recent features talked about for Fedora 19 were basically approved, including the replacing of the Oracle MySQL server with that of the forked MariaDB edition...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTI5Mjg

  • timothyja
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    You also forgot step piss off the Hudson developers and make them fork it into Jenkins

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  • smitty3268
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
    1. Buy Sun Microsystems.
    2. Destroy the OpenSolaris community and make everyone run off to Linux.
    3. Destroy the OpenOffice.org community and make everyone run off to LibreOffice.
    4. Destroy the MySQL community and make everyone run off to MariaDB.
    5. Ignore Java vulnerabilities and make everyone run away screaming from Java.
    6. ???
    7. PROFIT?
    You forgot step SUE GOOGLE.

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  • hubick
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
    5. Ignore Java vulnerabilities and make everyone run away screaming from Java.
    Don't give up yet, if they piss off too many devs an OpenJDK fork could still happen!

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  • uid313
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    1. Buy Sun Microsystems.
    2. Destroy the OpenSolaris community and make everyone run off to Linux.
    3. Destroy the OpenOffice.org community and make everyone run off to LibreOffice.
    4. Destroy the MySQL community and make everyone run off to MariaDB.
    5. Ignore Java vulnerabilities and make everyone run away screaming from Java.
    6. ???
    7. PROFIT?

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  • Redi44
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    I approve this

    +1
    (and 8 more frakking characters...)

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  • Yorgos
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    I cannot avoid commenting on the name

    there are so many songs written for this database, so why not use it in the end

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  • timothyja
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    MariaDB in Oracle Linux?

    I really look forward to seeing how this plays out. If MariaDB makes its way into Redhat Oracle may be eventually forced into replacing there own product in Oracle linux if they are to continue to claim compatiblity with Redhat.

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  • thefirstm
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    I think this is a good thing. I have been using MariaDB for several months now on my laptop and on my server and it works great in both places.

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