On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 4:31 PM, Kevin Kofler <kevin.kofler(a)chello.at> wrote:
Uh, conflicting with MySQL is really a no go (just look at how many
require mysql-libs, and even mysql-server is required for Akonadi, and
mysql-embedded or Amarok), why isn't the fork renaming its stuff? If the
idea is to be a 100% compatible drop-in replacement, then Fedora needs to
make a choice whether to ship Oracle's MySQL or MariaDB and then stick to
Keeping it simple and objective, IMHO, MariaDB is the natural choice.
It has a community, it's GPL and it's not Oracle...
Besides, it is faster and nicer (It has some cool engines).
But that is just my opinion. Where should we take this to? Who can be
an appropriate advocate for MariaDB?
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