a developer might not (won't) give you voting rights? (is there sucj a

however, if you put together a number of really skilled c/c++ (whatever)
developers, then you could easily take the current existing sourcebase of
code, and go ahead and fork your own version, and never need to worry about
what oracle is going to do with the current tree...

of course i'd have a better chance of winning the lottery!! but stranger
thing have happened...

but you should also remember that some major companies are using mysql for
various projects, and they could/might get together to form a dev core team
to keep it moving...


-----Original Message-----
From: Marc Christopher Hall []
Sent: Monday, April 20, 2009 6:58 AM
To: 'Daniel Brown'
Subject: RE: [PHP] 800 pound gorilla

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of Daniel
Sent: Monday, April 20, 2009 9:52 AM
To: Marc Christopher Hall
Subject: Re: [PHP] 800 pound gorilla

On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 09:48, Marc Christopher Hall
<> wrote:
> Sun buys MySQL and now Oracle buys Sun (not final, yet). What will happen
> with the main db we PHP'ers have come to know and love especially since v

    Become a MySQL developer and help make the decision.

</Daniel P. Brown> || ||
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Ahhh, I love the smell of condescension first thing in the morning. BTW I am
a MySQL developer thank you. A developer does not an owner make. Where do
you get the idea that Oracle would put this to a democratic vote?

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