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phpMyAdmin 2.11.7-rc1 is released


Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 2.11.7, a bugfix-only release.

Nominate phpMyAdmin ( Awards)


The 2008 Community Choice Awards program has started and is awaiting your nominations! All happy phpMyAdmin users should nominate us :)

On there is a button that links directly to the page on which you can nominate our project for one or more categories (you can click "nominate this project again" to choose another category). If we are picked as a finalist, we'll tell you about the final voting phase. Thanks!

phpMyAdmin 2.11.6 is released


Welcome to phpMyAdmin 2.11.6, a bugfix-only release.

phpMyAdmin: is released


phpMyAdmin is a tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. Currently it can create and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields.

Security fix, see

Two projects in Google Summer of Code


Two projects for phpMyAdmin improvement have been accepted in GSoC 2008. Thanks to Google for this initiative, Colin Charles (MySQL/Sun) for the offer of external mentorship and to Raj Kissu Rajandran and Piotr Przybylski, the two students who will work on these projects.

phpMyAdmin 2.11.6-rc1 is released


Welcome to the first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 2.11.6, a bugfix-only version.

Google Summer of Code 2008 and phpMyAdmin


A call to all IT students: you have until Monday, April 7 to submit a proposal in order to work this summer for phpMyAdmin development and earn 4500 USD. Please refer to the phpMyAdmin section in the following list of ideas and to the Resources section for more details about GSoC:

We warmly welcome your proposals!

Coding competition: submit your feature requests!


The phpMyAdmin project would like to send a team to Hackontest, an open source programming competition that will take place on September 24/25, 2008 in Zurich, Switzerland. This would be a good way to enhance phpMyAdmin with the most user-wished new feature, and this is where you can take part. We invite you to log in to, file a new feature request and/or vote on already-filed requests, taking into account that one feature will be chosen by the jury to be implemented by a team of three during 24 hours.

phpMyAdmin is released


Welcome to this security release, details at

Book update: Mastering phpMyAdmin 2.11


The official phpMyAdmin book has been updated to version 2.11. For details visit

Marc Delisle