[Community Honor] Most Solution Award — Solved over 200 issues for TiDBers, each awardee deserves to be remembered

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Original topic: 【社区荣誉】Most Solution Award ——帮 TiDBer 解决问题超过200个,获奖的每一个人都值得被铭记

| username: Billmay表妹

Some Words for Everyone

There is always a group of people in the community,

They might be moderators, members of the Evangelist Committee, MOA, MVA,

or newcomers to the community, TiDBers.

They met because of TiDB and exchange technology together,

regardless of region or nationality,

they swim in the ocean of knowledge in the open-source world,

seekers are generous in teaching, helpers speak without reservation,

creating a scene of harmony and joy that happens almost every day.

“We thank every contribution to the community,” seems to be something I say repeatedly, yet never tire of repeating.

Therefore, we present the

Most Solution Award

to those who have been in the community for a “long time” and have solved over 200 issues.

They are:

Top 4 in the historical Q&A leaderboard


Joined the community on April 11, 2020, and in the past 800+ days,

@xfworld has helped others with 1988 replies,

solved 353 issues for fellow members,

and published 3 articles:

  1. DM filter practice summary
  2. Comparison of handling large transactions
  3. My story with TiDB - We will meet in a parallel world

Earned 14 community badges.

Let’s take a look at his heatmap, which is red hot.


Joined the community on April 20, 2021, and in the past 480+ days,

@h5n1 has helped others with 2018 replies,

solved 279 issues for fellow members,

and published 18 articles:

  1. My story with TiDB | Meeting you is my fate
  2. 6.0 experience: Accelerating Leader balancing after TiKV restart
  3. Summary of TiKV main memory structures and OOM troubleshooting
  4. TiDB 6.0: Statistical information optimization improvements
  5. TiDB 6.0: Making TSO more efficient
  6. 13 questions about compaction
  7. Testing slow execution of limit 1 due to MVCC
  8. A superficial comparison between Oceanbase and TiDB - Execution plan
  9. Misunderstandings about Indexlookup
  10. Ten questions about statistical information: Things you don’t know
  11. Pain points solved by TiDB in the wave of localization
  12. Initial trial of PlacementRules in SQL
  13. Verification of two-site three-center solution under mixed deployment of x86 and ARM
  14. Using SPM to fix execution plans
  15. Verification of pessimistic transaction locking
  16. Performance testing of TiDB5.0.3 on ARM platform
  17. Analysis of keys and MVCC values in TiDB
  18. Testing replica scheduling through labels

Earned 17 community badges.

Thank you for witnessing @h5n1’s growth like a phoenix reborn,

and for the company of every red moment in the heatmap.


Joined the TiDB community family on April 06, 2020, and in the past 800+ days,

@kongdom has helped others with 2162 replies,

solved 240 issues for fellow members,

and earned 11 community badges.

Last year, we met at Devcon.

Hope to continue the good times this year,

Every red dot on @kongdom’s heatmap writes the present and future of the community.


Joined the TiDB community family on March 13, 2020, and in the past 800+ days,

@啦啦啦啦啦 has helped others with 1088 replies,

solved 201 issues for fellow members,

and published 5 articles:

  1. How to view database-level QPS in TiDB
  2. Initial trial of cache tables in TiDB v6.0.0(DMR)
  3. Several knowledge points about auto_random
  4. Practice of modifying cluster directories using TiUP
  5. Practice of mixed deployment of TiDB clusters in production environments

Earned 14 community badges.

Although @啦啦啦啦啦 joined the moderator team later, it seems that we can see his enthusiasm and dedication to the TiDB community,

many issues always see his busy figure.

Every red dot in the heatmap witnesses @啦啦啦啦啦’s tireless efforts for the community members day and night,

life is peaceful, but someone is always busy for you.

Besides the community members, there are also those who silently support the community behind the scenes:








In Conclusion

Although I don’t understand technology, in the past year and a half, I have learned and grown together with everyone,

gaining a lot,

the biggest gain for me is: meeting a group of “brothers” who can be called like-minded (brothers are closer than friends, hhhhh)

Just like the postcard on the moderator anniversary gift, although we have known each other for 1 year, our friendship feels like 10 years.

Words of thanks always seem pale compared to the deep feelings in the heart

Maybe some emotions just can’t be expressed in any language!

| username: db_user | Original post link

Awesome, I admire the experts and will learn from them.

| username: Kongdom | Original post link

Thanks to the community, thanks to my cousin~

I am deeply grateful for the support~

| username: duzq | Original post link

Awesome, you all are experts.

| username: TiDBer_jYQINSnf | Original post link


| username: ShawnYan | Original post link


| username: alfred | Original post link

Awesome, thumbs up!

| username: 数据小黑 | Original post link

I want to pay tribute to the expert.

| username: xiaohetao | Original post link


| username: 张雨齐0720 | Original post link

I’ve seen them many times.

| username: 我是咖啡哥 | Original post link

Awesome! :100:

| username: OnTheRoad | Original post link

Applause here [clap clap clap clap]

| username: seiang | Original post link

Respect to the experts.

| username: gcworkerishungry | Original post link

The applause is endless… :clap::clap::clap:

| username: 履霜知冰 | Original post link

:+1::+1::+1: Learning from the expert.

| username: Hi70KG | Original post link

Respect to the experts, our role models!!! :face_with_raised_eyebrow::face_with_raised_eyebrow::face_with_raised_eyebrow: