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By: MySQL Enterprise: the lord giveth, the lord taketh away « Open Query blog

Thu, 02 Apr 2009 08:43:24 +0000

[...] think Jeremy Cole summarises the issue very well. Important promises for the community ecosystem were not delivered. This is a [...]

By: 451 CAOS Theory » Balancing community and enterprise needs

Mon, 08 Dec 2008 17:42:04 +0000

[...] people have pointed out over the years that the MySQL development process is counterproductive (not least Jeremy [...]

By: jcole’s weblog: Jeremy Cole’s take on life. » Blog Archive » On serving two markets and mistakes

Mon, 13 Aug 2007 18:13:19 +0000

[...] jcole’s weblog Jeremy Cole’s take on life. Pescadero Beach, California « MySQL Community split officially a failure [...]

By: » Can mySQL take it back? | Open Source |

Sun, 12 Aug 2007 18:52:07 +0000

[...] Jeremy Cole notes on his weblog, the main reason to do this is so Linux distros won’t ship Enterprise with their LAMP [...]

By: Refining MySQL Community Server at Jeremy’s Blog

Sat, 11 Aug 2007 17:50:07 +0000

[...] has sparked quite a few responses in the community, most of them negative. For one, it’s an extremely confusing setup [...]

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Fri, 10 Aug 2007 13:48:00 +0000

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By: Another Reason Why MySQL Gets It « rand($thoughts);

Fri, 10 Aug 2007 12:53:20 +0000

[...] MySQL Gets It Posted by Savio Rodrigues under MySQL , Open Source  There has been some discussion about MySQL’s recent moves to clarify the targeting between MySQL Community Server & [...]

By: Johnny Hughes

Fri, 10 Aug 2007 01:39:10 +0000

Jeremy, thank you very much for your interest in keeping the Enterprise MySQL source code available. The CentOS project keeps the latest version of MySQL in our CentOS Plus repository and we greatly appreciate your efforts in this area. We need to insist upon freely available source code to all (and not just paying customers) or rock solid enterprise items like CentOS will cease exist. Again, thanks for the commitment.

By: Tension Grows Between MySQL AB and the Open Source Community « Kevin Burton’s NEW FeedBlog

Thu, 09 Aug 2007 21:10:27 +0000

[...] Jeremy seems to disagree with me on this point: The fundamental idea behind the Community and Enterprise split is a reasonable one. Itâ€(image) s a model that has worked very well for RedHat with their Fedora / RHEL split (in fact I often recommend RHEL to our customers, because it has worked so well1 for most of them), and I think given the right implementation this model could work nicely for MySQL as well. [...]

By: Words — Jonathan Cheyer » Blog Archive » The Importance of Being Earnest

Thu, 09 Aug 2007 18:02:21 +0000

[...] Cole has talked about the frustrations that this causes and calls the Enterprise/Community split a failure. These refinements are interesting are definitely worthy of discussion, but I’ll leave that [...]