8 Mar

IOUG’s MySQL Council statement on public bug database uses

Being a MySQL Council member is something that takes up some of my time, but what I get in return is to help the community address issues in with Oracle when there is a lack of communication or understanding.

The council drafted a statement late last week after Mark Callaghan’s post “Where have all the bugs gone?” and has reached out to leaders in the Oracle support organization to draw attention to community concerns and drawbacks that we hope haven’t been previously considered. ┬áMore information as we have it.

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