On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 1:57 PM, Sven Lankes <sven(a)lank.es> wrote:
> I am to start packaging MariaDB for Fedora.
I've promised monty to get going with packaging MariaDB and I did
create some local test packages which do work still need quite a
few changes. I got busy with $dayjob for a while but I'm still
eager to help move mariadb forward - so count me in.
Awesome! Thanks! ;=)
> Is there anyone who wants to co-maintain?
I'm interested in helping there.
> This is just me wanting to post it for a package review.
The package review is probably going to be long and hard ;) -
mariadb will need to conflict with the default mysql packages
which is usually not allowed in fedora. So this is going to
Yeah, I know. Let's see what comes out of this. I found this along the
I don't know much about the "Alternatives" ... need to read a bit about it.
Anyway, I'd like to start from the bottom. Then, there're the tons of
patches done to mysql; which I think we should drop for now and apply
only if utterly necessary.
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