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Just how many patches does Drizzle take in?

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Apr. 1st, 2009 | 09:35 am

This morning I woke up to an IM of "Just how many patches do you all take?"

I suspect the question was asked because of Masood's post about contributions for MySQL.

Looking at yesterday's commits I see that we took in contributions from four people. There were 26 patches in total from those four people, and of those we had to correct two of the patches. One of those people comes from a team of three at one company who are working fulltime on Drizzle at the moment in order to get their code released.

Only one actual paid for by Sun employee committed anything yesterday :)

Which reminds me that I need to get back to hacking, the global locks around @variables are not going to fix themselves :)

More fun numbers:

Last month?

47 contributors according to Launchpad.

In total sense the project became public last year?

Somewhere around a hundred people.

We have five active Drizzle developers in Sun right now (Lee has been too busy as of late with other stuff, hopefully we can change that!).

None of this includes work on the new drivers.

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FYI : planetdrizzle page issue

from: ext_178777
date: Apr. 1st, 2009 06:48 pm (UTC)
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I just had a look at http://planetdrizzle.org and I saw that the sidebar was overlapping one of the posts
"A beginners look at Drizzle - Getting around with SHOW
Posted by: Ronald, April 01, 2009 01:17 AM".


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Reg : Planet drizzle

from: ext_178777
date: Apr. 1st, 2009 07:00 pm (UTC)
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By the way, I must say that I like the look and feel of planetdrizzle. It looks very neat with minimal clutter, mainly text with a few excellent images in between. Awesome stuff !!! However I did find an error with respect to the sidepane. Please do correct it and because I like it I might find a few more ...

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Planet drizzle CSS

from: ronaldbradford
date: Apr. 1st, 2009 09:07 pm (UTC)
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The planetdrizzle style is the default planetplanet.org installation and has served us geeks well to date.

We welcome any CSS contributions.

http://ronaldbradford.com
MySQL Performance Tuning | MySQL Scalability | MySQL Expert | Drizzle Advocate

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