It would be suitable when Domas says that we can support is. The current
software may be stable, but keeping us from improved language support.
Improved language support is what we need. Improved language support is
essential for improving usability for the majority of our languages.
Supporting languages is as technical as providing stability. How to weigh
this is not obvious either way.
2009/5/17 Aryeh Gregor
> On Sat, May 16, 2009 at 3:00 AM, Dmitriy Sintsov <questpc(a)rambler.ru
> > What can be more valuable than a general knowledge?
> I didn't mean some idealistic notion of
what's most valuable to
> humanity. I meant money. There are plenty of MySQL databases whose
> continued efficient operation is worth many millions of dollars to
> their owners. Wikimedia's database is worth almost nothing
> commercially due to its licensing. Databases that are valuable (as in
> money) will have owners who are willing to spend money to get them
> working better, and money is what MySQL cares most about. It's a
> On Sat, May 16, 2009 at 3:20 AM, Gerard
> <gerard.meijssen(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > An upgrade to MySQL 6 would make a big difference for language and
> > support.
> MySQL 6 is still in alpha. It is not close
to suitable for production
> use. Upgrading to it is totally out of the question.
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