I've just created a release of Libdrizzle 5.1.4 (the BSD licensed C connector for MySQL servers) which for me is one of the most exciting releases to date.
Not because the amount of features or anything that we have added, in fact this is mostly a minor release with bug fixes. It is because Brian Aker and I didn't submit the most code for it. That honour goes to Wim Lewis from The Omni Group who has done a fantastic job fixing up Libdrizzle.
As for the release itself the main fixes revolve around cleaning up code and many fixes to the server-side prepared statement handling. Behind the scenes Wim has supplied many improvements to the test suite and Brian has setup more platforms to test against in Jenkins. All this to help improve the code quality of Libdrizzle.
You can download this new release along with older releases from the Libdrizzle downloads page.