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An incomplete list of people working on the project, as a guide for other developers.

Brian Aker Edit

Works on:

Mark Atwood Edit

Working on plugable logging

Working on the plugin interfaces

Monty Taylor Edit

Working on build system

Working on cleaning code

Working on gettext replacement for errmsg

Working on Python module

Working on Debian package

Works on:

- Ubuntu Hardy (8.04) 64-bit

Jay Pipes Edit

Currently working on:

  • Refactoring the header file/include organization (lp:~jaypipes/drizzle/cleanup-mysql-priv)
  • Pulling the Item_* and Item_func_* classes out into a separate library (lp:~jaypipes/drizzle/item-class-file-reorg)
  • Refactoring a metadata cache based on a thread pool and RCU algorithm for non-blocking reads and updates of metadata information

Works on:

Ubuntu 8.04

Andy Lester Edit, also available at AIM "petdance".

Andy is a hardcore Perl weenie, so hit him up for the Perl questions.

Working on redoing the testing system. Also loves to help populate and categorize the wiki. He's a librarian at heart.

Works on:

  • CentOS 5
  • Mac OS X 10.5.4

Toru Maesaka Edit

Working on removing mystring/mysys dependencies from libdrizzle and writing a pluggable Query Cache subsystem.

Works on:

  • Ubuntu 8.04 (64bit)
  • Mac OS X 10.5.4

Elliot Murphy Edit

Works on random things that can be completed in 30 minutes.

Works on:

  • Ubuntu (latest release and random crackful pre-alpha versions too)
  • OS X 10.5.4

Eric Day Edit

New libdrizzle client library with optional non-blocking interface, connection pooling, and improved buffer management. The new library will also be compatible with recent versions of MySQL.

Works on:

  • Debian