Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 29th Aug 2007 12:04 UTC, submitted by wakeupneo
Databases "MySQL quietly let slip that it would no longer be distributing the MySQL Enterprise Server source as a tarball, not quite a year after the company announced a split between its paid and free versions. While the Enterprise Server code is still under the GNU General Public License, MySQL is making it harder for non-customers to access the source code."
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walterbyrd
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2005-12-31

I think SQLite is already standard in the newest version of Python, and PHP.

Using SQLite means you have the database all to yourself, your not sharing with 100 other people.

SQLite may have it's limitations, but I think it's probably adequate for most smaller sites.

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