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phpMyAdmin 3.3.4 is released


Welcome to phpMyAdmin 3.3.4, a bugfix release.

phpMyAdmin 3.3.4-rc1 is released


Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 3.3.4, a bugfix release.

User preferences survey


Piotr, one of our Google Summer of Code 2010 students, writes:

I made a short survey concerning users’ expectations for preferences in phpMyAdmin. If you use this application on daily basis, or used a few times and just want to share your opinion, please take a few minutes to fill it in.

phpMyAdmin 3.3.3 is released


Welcome to phpMyAdmin 3.3.3, a bugfix release.

phpMyAdmin 3.3.3-rc1 is released


Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 3.3.3, a bugfix release.

Announcing phpMyAdmin's GSoC 2010 projects


We would like to announce that phpMyAdmin will have six projects in
Google Summer of Code 2010.

We've received many more project applications this year 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:

Charts in phpMyAdmin by Martynas Mickevicius (mentored by Herman van Rink)

AJAXify the phpMyAdmin Interface by Ninad Pundalik (mentored by Marc Delisle)

Visual Query Builder For PhpMyadmin by Ankit Gupta (mentored by Michael Keck)

Exporting Relations schema to SVG,EPS,PDF,MS Visio and Dia's XML file formats by Adnan Mughal (mentored by Michal Cihar)

User preferences by Piotr Przybylski (mentored by Marc Delisle)

phpMyAdmin User Interface Cleanup by Lorikeet Lee (mentored by Michal Cihar)

phpMyAdmin 3.3.2-rc1 is released


Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 3.3.2, a bugfix release.

GSoC proposals feedback


Your proposal sent to will receive public comments [0] from our mentors team. Now that your proposal has been sent, there is a "subscribe to updates" button on top of the page. We strongly suggest you subscribe to updates, to be able to react to our questions and reply via a public comment of your own.

- your mentors team

[0] here "public" means that the mentoring team and yourself can see it

To potential GSoC students


We appreciate the interest of students to take part in this year's
Google Summer of Code with phpMyAdmin. Unfortunately our mentor manpower is limited. Because of this please take care when filling your proposal and follow our student checklist on the wiki.
This way you can dramatically increase your chance of being accepted. We will especially take into account your code contributions to phpMyAdmin so far.

phpMyAdmin at Google Summer of Code 2010


It's now official, phpMyAdmin is a mentoring organization for GSoC 2010 (refer to

From March 18 to March 29, it's time for would-be student participants to discuss application ideas with us, via the phpmyadmin-devel mailing list.

Please refer to

for more details about participating.