View Full Version : New Forum Suggestion: Mysql Development
27th January 2005, 07:47 PM
I'd like to suggest the following forum under Category "Fedora Development" (beneath the "Programming" Forum):
Get help with Mysql installation, tuning and writing of queries
Let me know what ya'll think, feel free to suggest a different title / subtitle.
Is there anybody running Oracle or any other databases under fedora?
27th January 2005, 11:31 PM
I think thats too specific. I never see much about that sort of thing round the forum, what i think would be better would either be a "database" forum or a forum regarding "web development".
I open to either, although I doubt demand would be that great.
28th January 2005, 05:27 AM
I'm with Ug - we don't really get that much "development" questions anyway. And I'm not a believer in "build it and they will come." There's already plenty of other places for that stuff - let's concentrate on what we're here for - Fedora.
Besides, not everyone's besotted with MySQL. If you targetted that specific RDBMS, you'll get requests to provide space, etc. for other systems - even ones that may or may not be specific to Linux, such as HSQLDB.
29th January 2005, 04:18 AM
A database is a server, and we do have a server section.
Now, a Fedora-specific MySQL howto, I can see the use of that.
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