HP now selling MySQL Network – Computerworld
Hewlett-Packard Co. is now reselling support services for MySQL AB’s open-source database, an HP spokeswoman has confirmed.
I remember Law Lists, put out by Lyonette Louis-Jacques, now at the U of Chicago Law School Library. Sad to see it go, but then I also remember when there was a list of all the known websites in the world…
First Atom, now this. Quite the exciting week in feed land. Maybe I’ll write up a spec over the weekend, something like RSS 2/3.1. I wonder how to get Eweek to report it as if it were news? Anyway, I wonder what Dave will have to say?
Lightweight Version of RSS Released
“Shouldering past the community fear and loathing over Microsoft’s supposed plans to co-opt and rename its first implementation of the Web publishing technology, RSS editor Jonathan Avidan released a third, fully XML version of RSS for review and comment on Thursday.
The RSS (Really Simply Syndication) 3 specification aims to fix perceived problems of inadequate documentation and “lack of concern towards modern necessities” in RSS 2.0.“
freshmeat.net: Project details for MaxDB by MySQL
MaxDB is a re-branded and enhanced version of SAP DB, SAP AG’s open source database. It is a heavy-duty, SAP-certified open source database that offers high availability, scalability and a comprehensive feature set. MaxDB complements the MySQL database server, targeted for large mySAP ERP environments and other applications that require maximum enterprise-level database functionality. It is available for a wide range of platforms, including Linux on several different architectures and Windows.