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Planet MariaDB underwent liberal facelift

Planet MariaDB has been reworked from scratch, getting a new instance with the same look and feel as the rest of mariadb.org. Three news items, related to that: One bad, one neutral, one good. I’m saving the good one for last, as I hope you will like it. Bad news: The old Planet had five different RSS feeds, we now have only one. We maintain the format changes only on one RSS feed, which means that some of you will have to update your RSS feed to https://mariadb.org/planet-feed.xml (also listed on Planet MariaDB). That said, we are working on further redirects;…

Planet MariaDB underwent liberal facelift

Planet MariaDB has been reworked from scratch, getting a new instance with the same look and feel as the rest of mariadb.org.
Three news items, related to that: One bad, one neutral, one good. […]

Selecting the right database

How do you select a database in practice? How do you pretend to select it? And, if you want to be serious, how do you select it logically? […]

Congratulations, MySQL, 25 years today!

Time flies!
It certainly doesn’t feel like 25 years ago that Monty released MySQL. At that time, I thought it was a bit redundant of Monty to create Yet Another Database, the world was full of them already. […]

MariaDB 10.5.3 Release Candidate now available

The MariaDB Foundation is pleased to announce the availability of MariaDB 10.5.3, the first Release Candidate in the MariaDB 10.5 development series.
See the release notes and changelogs for details. […]

MariaDB 10.4.13, 10.3.23, 10.2.32, 10.1.45 and 5.5.68 now available

The MariaDB Foundation is pleased to announce the availability of MariaDB 10.4.13, MariaDB 10.3.23, MariaDB 10.2.32, MariaDB 10.1.45 and MariaDB 5.5.68, the latest stable releases in their respective series. […]