Posted on November 26, 2010 by Simon Phipps
Henrik Ingo has been a key persuader in the emergence of MariaDB
, Monty Program AB and the Open Database Alliance
from the consequences of the takeovers of MySQL, so his departure is a big symbolic blow. All the more so because his stated reason for leaving is that MariaDB is apparently not being run in a way that respects the ownership of the trademark. I’m sure there’s more to be understood here, so I am waiting to read it before saying more myself – talking with Monty directly suggests there’s no new news and contact with Henrik actually backs that up to a degree.
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