Akonadi, used to keep calendar and address information in KDE 4.2,
uses an instance of mysql run as the user. It needs libmysqlclient
and mysqld but not all the other data files and not the running server
needed for non-desktop use of mysql.
I'd like to split up the mysql-server-5.0 package so that desktop
users do not get a running mysql server and don't have unnecessary
data files taking up precious CD space.