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Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 3.5.2, a bugfix release.
Welcome to phpMyAdmin 3.5.1, a bugfix release.
Marc Delisle, for the team
Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 3.5.1, a bugfix release.
Marc Delisle, for the team
We would like to announce that phpMyAdmin will have six projects in
Google Summer of Code 2012.
We've received 38 applications, what is much more than we are able to
mentor and it was sometimes a tough process to select the best ones. We
would like to thank all people who have applied, for their time and
energy; we hope that not being selected for this summer will not
prevent them from contributing to phpMyAdmin.
The final six chosen projects are:
* Automated Testing by Yasitha Pandithawatta
* Refactoring Insert/edit, Operations, Privilege and Structure sections
in phpMyAdmin by Thilina Buddika Abeyrathna
* Refactoring: Displaying query results by Chanaka Indrajith
* Refactoring: Table search, Db search, Multi-table query by Atul
* Removal of frames and integration of a new navigation system into
phpMyAdmin by Rouslan Placella
* Two approaches for Plugins and OOP and an object-oriented
properties system by Alex Marin
Good luck to all students to complete all the projects successfully.
Welcome to phpMyAdmin 3.4.11, the last bugfix release in the 3.4 series.
Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 3.4.11, the last bugfix release in the 3.4 series.
Welcome to phpMyAdmin 3.5.0; here are the major new features:
* browse-mode improvements
** grid editing
** remember recent tables
** remember last sort order by table
** flexible column width
** reorder columns
** more compact navigation bar
* AJAXification of many operations
* reorganised server status page, with server monitoring
* improved support for stored routines, events and triggers
* openGIS support
* zoom-search in table search
* Drizzle support
* improved ENUM/SET editor
Welcome to phpMyAdmin 188.8.131.52, a minor security release.
Please refer to the upcoming PMASA-2012-2 announcement on http://www.phpmyadmin.net/home_page/security/.
phpMyAdmin will be participating in the Percona MySQL Live Conference &
Expo, April 10-12, 2012, in Santa Clara, California.
Be sure to stop by and visit us at the Dot Org Pavilion!
Need a discount code? "PHP-PL12" will save you 10%.
For more information see http://www.percona.com/live/mysql-conference-2012/
It's now official, phpMyAdmin has been accepted as a mentoring
organization for GSoC 2012 (refer to http://www.google-melange.com).
We would like to invite all students to participate, though only the
best ones will be chosen. Please refer to our applicant guide at
http://wiki.phpmyadmin.net/pma/GSoC_2012_Applicant_Guide for more
information about application.