I've got the table compiled here. 


Would it be appropriate to add it to the KB? 

I was going to put it on our company blog, but since new versions will bring new features it should probably be a living document somewhere. 

The only reason I could think of that it might not be appropriate on the KB is that I do include the MySQL info too, and I'm not sure if that belongs on the MariaDB wiki. 

Also, two more questions: 
Michael Moore

On Sat, May 28, 2016 at 3:57 AM, Ian Gilfillan <ian@mariadb.org> wrote:
No, both were introduced in 10.1.2. In most cases, this is the wording that is used, and all synonyms are assumed to be introduced at the same time. Only in the case of the ST_ synonym being introduced at a different time does the text state "... introduced as a synonym in version ...". So unless specified, assume in cases like these that both arrived at the given version.

As for deprecated functions, assume they're not unless specified, but it's possible something has been overlooked. I know in the past features have been deprecated with a small note in the code, and this has never made it to the documentation. ConvexHull does not appear to be deprecated though.

On 28/05/2016 06:53, Michael Moore wrote:
Thanks Ian, I've started going through the functions.

On https://mariadb.com/kb/en/mariadb/st_convexhull/, the note says
"ST_ConvexHull() was introduced in MariaDB 10.1.2" -- per your last
email, it sounds like that means that ConvexHull (no ST_) should've been
in MariaDB in all versions.

Since MySQL didn't add ConvexHull until 5.7.5, I'm wondering if

  * I'm misinterpreting that,
  * MariaDB really did have ConvexHull since the start
  * MySQL's docs are off and it did have it previously
  * MariaDB's docs are off and ConvexHull was also added in 10.1.2

Also, MySQL 5.7.6 deprecated several functions, including ConvexHull()
-- are any functions currently deprecated in MariaDB, and if so, are
they noted as such? Or would that come in a future version?

Once again, thanks for your help!