February 2018 sees New York City again play host to the MariaDB Users Conference, M|18. The submission deadline for the Call for Papers is October 31, so there’s still time to get your proposal in. For those attending, Early Bird pricing is applicable until the end of November. Details at https://m18.mariadb.com/.
M|18, on 26 and 27 February is for all users of MariaDB. It will be preceded on 24 and 25 of February by the 2018 MariaDB Developers Unconference, for developers of the MariaDB Server software. Details for this event will follow soon, but if you’re know you’re going to be in New York and attending the Developers Unconference, feel free to sign up so long on the Meetup page. …
If you’re attending the MariaDB Developers Unconference in Shenzhen, China and require a visa, you’ll probably need a letter of invitation as part of your application. Please supply the following information to email@example.com, and we will arrange a letter of invitation from our hosts.
Date of Birth:
Passport issue date:
Passport expiry date:
Who will be covering your expenses:
You will probably also need a letter of employment from your employer, as well as a valid return ticket, but please check the requirements closely with your local embassy/consulate to make sure you have everything needed. …
(The original English version of this post is available here).
11月13日 — 新贡献者日
11月14～15日 — 开发者大会
11月16～17日 — Patch研讨会
11月13日是专门为新贡献者预留的一天。 如果您有兴趣成为MariaDB的贡献者，但不知道如何起步；或者已经做了一些贡献，但希望更深入地了解MariaDB的开发流程，那么这一天的会值得您参加。 参会者需要有C / C ++基础，带上笔记本电脑！会议将兼顾英语和普通话。
(A Chinese version of this post is available here).
The 2nd 2017 MariaDB Developers Unconference will be our first in Asia, and will take place in Shenzhen, China, along with two related events:
13 November – New contributor day
14-15 November – Developers Unconference
16-17 November – Patch review days
Shannon are kindly hosting the event. If you want to attend, please sign up on the event page at Meetup.com.
All events are free of charge to attend. We recommend you stay in a hotel near the venue.
The 13th of November will be a day dedicated to new developers. …
One of the goals of the MariaDB Foundation is to help new contributors understand the source code and to lower the barrier for new participants. One way to measure this is to look at the number of pull requests received and accepted, as these mostly reflect community contributions. The figures below are for the main server only, not any of the connectors or tools hosted on the Foundation’s GitHub account, and for the period 1 January to 1 July 2017.
Number of GitHub pull requests received: 126 (+113% Year-on-Year)
Number of pull requests reviewed: 102 (+76% YoY)
Number of contributors: 28 (+22% YoY)
Number of reviewers: 13 (+44% YoY)
By comparison, here are the equivalent figures for MySQL:
Number of GitHub pull requests received: 35 (-10% Year-on-Year)
Number of contributors: 19 (+27% YoY)
Although the MariaDB codebase is large and complex, we’re happy to see that there have been some interesting and important contributions from the community. …
This article is by the Tencent Game DBA Team, and has been translated from the original.
Tencent Game DBA Team (the DBA Team for short) has been serving the game business for a number of years. The mission of the DBA Team is to provide stable and efficient online storage services for Tencent Games. As the storage requirements from the game business evolve, we keep extending features of our database and improving its performance. We spared no effort to provide reliable, scalable and performant database solutions.
We currently maintain several products:
- TenDB: the MySQL branch maintained by the DBA team.
The 2017 MariaDB Developers (Un)Conference was held on April 9 and 10 in New York, and was kindly hosted by BNY Mellon.
Below are a list of the sessions with links to slides/Periscope where available.
*Welcoming talk: BNY Mellon and MariaDB (Zak Murad), MariaDB Foundation in 2017 (Otto Kekäläinen) – periscope
*What’s new in MariaDB 10.2 (Sergei Golubchik) – periscope, slides
*AliSQL’s roadmap and contribution for MariaDB (Xiaobin Lin)
*MyRocks overview and features (Yoshinori Matsunob) – periscope, slides
*No-Slave-Left-Behind (Jean-François Gagné) – periscope, slides
*Making Percona Monitoring & Management (PMM)/Percona Toolkit/Percona XtraBackup better for MariaDB Server (Peter Zaitsev)
*Instant ADD COLUMN (Tencent, Alibaba, Monty, Marko)
*MyRocks in MariaDB: why and how (Sergei Petrunia) – periscope, slides
*Per-engine mysql.gtid_slave_pos (Jean-François Gagné) – periscope, slides
*InnoDB in 10.2 and beyond (Marko Mäkelä) – periscope, slides
*10.3 Features (Monty Widenius) – periscope
*Temporal Support / As Of in 10.3 (Alvin Chang) – periscope, slides
*Let’s write history – Git best practices (Vicențiu Ciorbaru) – periscope, slides
*BuildBot and Travis-CI – improving development speed with airtight CI infrastructure (Otto Kekäläinen, Daniel Bartholomew) – periscope
*Collaboration in Spider development (Kentoku and others)- slides
*Custom aggregate functions in 10.3 (Vicențiu Ciorbaru and Varun)
*Atomic operations and memory barriers in C (Sergey)
*Features of TMySQL / TSpider port into MariaDB (Felixliang/Vinchen)
*Query optimization features in MariaDB 10.2 (Vicențiu Ciorbaru) – periscope1, periscope2, slides
*Less passwords, more security – socket auth by default in MariaDB 10.3 (Otto Kekäläinen) – slides
*The two little bugs that almost brought down Booking.com (Jean-François Gagné) – slides …
The 2017 MariaDB Developers Conference is crossing the ocean this year, and will be taking place in New York, from 9 to 10 April.
The unconference will last for two days and you can join for the whole time, or as little time as you wish.
The schedule of this unconference will be drafted in a public spreadsheet. Initially, anyone attending can help set the schedule by adding sessions, as well as voting for sessions they’re interested in, by incrementing the vote counter. Based on this, the schedule will be drawn up.
BNY Mellon are kindly hosting this years event. …