Let's say that every mysql developer (here I am thinking only persons, not companies) that
wants mysql to go forward would contribute from $500,00 to $1500,00, how much are we
talking about? And we would have a 100% community owned and community driven open source
Course, there are many others management problems and legal issues to solve, but if
anybody would join me I would be the first one! And also would be a REMARKABLE adventure
and maybe the next step for the open source initiatives around the world...
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On Dec 17, 2009, at 2:16 PM, Neil Aggarwal wrote:
>> If that’s what the price is going to be then perhaps I should
>> offer 2€ or maybe MySQL users should get together submit a
>> realistic offer.
> This sounds interesting... Get a community effort to accept
> donations and purchase MySQL. Then, put it under the GPL
> and make sure nobody owns it.
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