davebytes at comcast.net
Tue Apr 22 18:04:36 GMT 2008
Counter that five-day-old techspot piece with the one from today:
Basically... says they're not sure WHAT will happen with the "add ons".
But the prior MySQL CEO notes that they already had plans for
closed-source enterprise level stuff PRIOR to the Sun acquisition.
so please let's not turn this into a bust-on-Sun thing, or a
now-can-we-drop-mysql thing. ;)
zamoose at gmail.com wrote:
> On 4/22/08, Mahmoud H. Al-Qudsi <computerguru at neosmart.net> wrote:
>> Hey Roy....
>> I'm all for adding PostgreSQL compatibility to WP - always have been. But I
>> think this would fall under the category of doing the right thing for all
>> the wrong reasons.....
>> I don't think Sun wants to piss off any of MySQL's current users, and even
>> if they do, they can't for various legal and financial reasons (GPL - as
>> much as I have issues with it - guarantees MySQL will be totally free
>> forever && they'd murder MySQL's success and financial outlook if they tried
>> anything of the sort via a loophole or something). Unless there is something
>> I'm missing here?
> Nothing good that Sun can't take a run at screwing up royally, unfortunately.
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