Can these be legally run without a license?
Is the only difference that MySQL AB doesn't publish links to the current
version on their web page, instead purposely choosing to leave the
community version several revisions behind?
Yeah, I'm a little confused.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeremy Cole" <jeremy@stripped>
To: "Maurice Volaski" <mvolaski@stripped>
Cc: <mysql@stripped>; "Dan Nelson" <dnelson@stripped>
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2007 2:14 AM
Subject: Re: The current version is 5.0.48, no?
> Hi Maurice,
> Yep, it's very very confusing these days. Unfortunately for all of us,
> MySQL's sales organization seems happy with the situation. Blame them.
> And, yes, you're correct, compared to MySQL Enterprise, 5.0.45 is indeed
> out of date now. The releases are sequential, but the community one is
> only released every so often. If you don't have a MySQL Enterprise
> login and you want to get the sources/binaries, you can get them from
> here (under the GPL):
> Maurice Volaski wrote:
>> Thank you for this info, but it just seems make a simple question a
>> matter of confusion.
>> It tells us that MySQL is being marketed under two editions, but
>> does it say that the current release of each is matched bugfix for
>> and the version difference is just arithmetic.
>> Since community's 5.0.45 came out a few months ago and enterprise's
>> came out just a few weeks ago, and from the look of the release notes,
>> I want to believe that community version is indeed out of date.
>>> In the last episode (Sep 13), Maurice Volaski said:
>>>> I just learned that the current version of MySQL is 5.0.48,
>>>> described here
>>>> http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/releasenotes-es-5-0.html and
>>>> available from
>>> The current Mysql Enterprise version is 5.0.48. The current Mysql
>>> Community version is 5.0.45.
>>> Enterprise release notes:
>>> Community release notes:
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