Ensuring continuity and open collaboration

Changes in the MariaDB Foundation board and management

Year 2014 was an important year for the MariaDB project with the release of MariaDB 10.0. Adoption continued to grow both organically and by MariaDB being included both in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Suse Linux Enterprise Server distributions as the default database option. Ubuntu started providing MariaDB as an option since their release […]

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The State Of The Sea Lion In Winter

A very happy new year to you from the MariaDB Foundation. Since I last wrote in June the Foundation has been doing plenty of work on everyone’s behalf. First there’s the extensive technical work that Monty wrote about, which has been carried out by the team the Foundation employs who all work for Monty. He would […]

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MariaDB Foundation achivements 2012-12 – 2013-09

Reposted from Monty Says. I recently read some comments that we at the MariaDB Foundation have not been very open about what we are doing. We are very sorry about this. The problem is not that we are secret about what we are doing, the problem is that not many of us working at the […]

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State Of The Sea Lion – June 2013

The Board of the MariaDB Foundation thought it would be good to provide an update — hopefully the first of a regular quarterly series — on how we’re progressing with the interim activities around constructing governance, identifying a new representative Board and structuring an engineering council. The MariaDB Foundation is now independent of any business […]

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MariaDB Foundation Becomes OSI Affiliate

I’m pleased to say that the Open Source Initiative Board has accepted the MariaDB Foundation’s application to become an Affiliate Member of OSI. The MariaDB Foundation Board decided to join OSI to demonstrate our support for the principle of software freedom and to be able to participate in OSI projects more directly under their new […]

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