We have four releases this month:
Our CEO Max Liu, in Five Principles that Guide TiDB and PingCAP (Part I) and Five Principles that Guide TiDB and PingCAP (Part II), talked about the philosophy behind TiDB's evolution, and, as a product manager, how he figured out where TiDB would be going and how we finally got there.
In GitHub Discussions: Bringing the Open Source Community Closer Together and All in GitHub, Keke Yi explained why the open source community was scattered around the Internet, how GitHub Discussions brought the community closer together, and why the open source community's future tended to be all in GitHub.
How to Simulate I/O Faults at Runtime, written by Keao Yang, introduced how we implemented the IOChaos experiment without using a sidecar.
In Announcing the TiDB Incubator Program, we were excited to introduce the TiDB Incubator Program, a program designed to ensure that new projects in the TiDB ecosystem can obtain resources and help from the community towards their desired maturity level.
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We'd like to welcome the following new contributors to TiDB and thank them for their work!