By Andrew Morrow, Kernel Engineer at MongoDB
In coordination with the upcoming MongoDB 2.6 release, the Kernel team is changing how the MongoDB C++ driver is developed, licensed, released, and distributed.
As of MongoDB 2.6.0-rc1, it will no longer be possible to build the C++ driver from the MongoDB server sources. The files required to build the driver have been forked to a new repository on GitHub, and will be maintained independently of the server sources.
Yes. We are still fixing up some post-fork rough edges though, so please consider the current state of the new repository to be unstable. We should be announcing release candidates soon...
We’re proud to announce that we will present at this year’s first MongoDB World conference in New York City! Johannes has been given the opportunity to tell you about a very exciting project revolving about Industry 4.0 or as GE coined it, the Industrial Internet. Find more information about MongoDB World and our abstract here: MongoDB World speaker list
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On February 21, we launched the first ever MongoDB Bug Hunt. We have been impressed with the community’s enthusiasm during the first week and have decided to extend the hunt until March 8. This will allow more members of the community to get involved and help improve MongoDB for users worldwide.
As a reminder, you can download the latest release at www.MongoDB.org/downloads. If you find a bug, submit the issue to Jira (Core Server project) by March 8 at 12:00AM GMT. Bug reports will be judged on three criteria: user impact, severity and prevalence.
We will review all bugs submitted against 2.6.0-rc0. Winners will be announced on the MongoDB blog and user forum by March 13. There will...