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01/23/2014 10:18:58 AM (10 years ago)
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  • Ticket #21663, comment 155

    initial v1  
    33After [http://spblog.parallels.com/serviceprovider/2013/9/17/welcome-move-from-google-to-mariadb/ Plesk], also Cpanel has full support for MariaDB [http://features.cpanel.net/responses/as-a-server-administrator-i-want-mariadb-support-so-that-i-can-accomodate-both-innodb-and-noninnodb-users/ planned], so everybody has (or will soon have) OFFICIAL alternatives to MySQL, that are easy to implement (MariaDB is considered by everybody a drop-in replacement for MySQL).
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    5 In this context, when almost everybody is running away from MySQL, is 2014 the year when wordpress will fully support MariaDB (with a mention of this in its [http://wordpress.org/about/requirements/ requirements] page, that's very important for non-tech-savvy-users / late adopters) via mysqli (or PDO)? I mean, I see it's not even considered ''worthy'' for 3.9... :(
     5'''In this context, when almost everybody is running away from MySQL, is 2014 the year when wordpress will fully support MariaDB''' (with a mention of this in its [http://wordpress.org/about/requirements/ requirements] page, that's very important for non-tech-savvy-users / late adopters) '''via mysqli (or PDO)?''' I mean, I see it's not even considered ''worthy'' for 3.9... :(