Tero Kojo

The Qt blog is moving to the qt.io domain

Published Monday February 2nd, 2015
4 Comments on The Qt blog is moving to the qt.io domain
Posted in Community, Qt Project, Qt.io

We are approaching the move of one more service coming under the qt.io umbrella. This blog is about to move to it’s new home at http://blog.qt.io

The move is a continuation of unifying the Qt ecosystem under the qt.io domain.

We aim to make the move as transparent as possible. However we do need to turn off the comments for a couple of days to make a clean migration. Otherwise there should be no visible impact to you as a reader.

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Once the move is done, the current address will be set to redirect to http://blog.qt.io
Please be prepared to update your rss-reader list at that time!

After the blog the qt-project.org wiki is next on the list of services to move. A separate post discussing the implications of that move will come along, once this blog has settled to it’s new home.

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Oli says:

The new Qt blog is now essentially the Digia blog.
I think it should be like http://planet.qt-project.org/ instead, which includes blog articles from other contributors of the Qt ecosystem.

Tero Kojo Tero Kojo says:

Even with the planet, we do need a blog where The Qt Company people can write what they have to say.

The planet will also be moving to planet.qt.io in the coming days.

HGH says:

There are a great deal of great articles on developer.nokia.com that apparently are not available on Qt’s wiki. And yesterday I saw a big Microsoft logo flashing over them.

Any chance getting these over here before they are lost forever?

cka says:

The Qt logo is not a link to home page (qt.io) but to blog.qt.io. There is no link to home page on any page under the subdomain blog.qt.io.

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