MariaDB upstream project

MariaDB is an open-source, multi-threaded, relational database management system, released under the GNU Public License (GPL). MariaDB’s lead developer is Michael “Monty” Widenius, who is one of the founders of MySQL AB. There are millions of installations of MariaDB worldwide, and thousands of downloads a day of MariaDB installation software. The success of MariaDB as a leading database is due not only to open source, but also its reliability, performance, and features.

Lukas will work with MariaDB upstream project. His task is to discuss particular issues (Coverity scans, problems with building the new versions, bugs reported to us in Fedora) and together with them and our team to figure out how to make the new version working fine in Fedora.

Expected project outcome: new version of MariaDB packaged and built successfully in Fedora.

Red Hat Intern: Lukáš Javorský


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