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It's open source, just like the rest of MySQL, and Oracle has done nothing to threaten that. Notice how Oracle bought BerkeleyDB and has done nothing to harm it either.

In reply to Re^6: [OT] Why I don't use Mysql for new projects by perrin
in thread [OT] Why I don't use Mysql for new projects by moritz

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