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Tero Kojo

Robin Burchell, Qt Champion 2014

Published Wednesday January 28th, 2015 | Comments Off on Robin Burchell, Qt Champion 2014
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This post is about Robin Burchell, one of the four 2014 Qt Champions, and how he came to the Qt community. Robin was nominated in the Maverick-category, as someone who might not always follow the rules to the letter, but gets the job done. Robin will be doing some guest posts here during the year too. He […]

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Tero Kojo

Dyami Caliri, Qt Champion 2014

Published Tuesday January 27th, 2015 | Comments Off on Dyami Caliri, Qt Champion 2014
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Dyami Caliri is a Qt Champion 2014 in the category of ‘Rookie of the year’. The title is given to someone who has made their first code contributions to Qt in the previous year. In Dyami’s case his patches had caught the eyes of maintainers for their high quality in areas where new contributors aren’t usually seen. […]

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Tero Kojo

Two more Qt Champions for 2014

Published Monday December 22nd, 2014 | Comments Off on Two more Qt Champions for 2014
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The year is coming to an end, but Qt Champions continue to make Qt better for everyone! I’d like to welcome two more Qt Champions for 2014, Robin Burchell and Dyami Caliri! Dyami is a professional Qt developer, but has started contributing to Qt itself very actively in 2014, and thus will be awarded the Qt […]

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Tero Kojo

Qt Downloads moving to qt.io

Published Wednesday November 26th, 2014 | 16 Comments on Qt Downloads moving to qt.io
Posted in Community, Qt.io, Website

As you have noticed from the banner on the qt-project.org download page, downloads are moving to qt.io. This is part of unifying Qt and defragmenting the community. The intention is to gradually move to using one Qt website for all services. Downloads have been available on the unified Qt site for some time now, and everything […]

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Tero Kojo

Update on the qt.io website work

Published Thursday October 16th, 2014 | 6 Comments on Update on the qt.io website work
Posted in Community, Documentation, migrate, Website | Tags: , ,

Hello, some news from the new qt.io website work we are doing. First, thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the new qt.io site, we appreciate all the comments we have gotten on different channels. And while every comment will not make it as a change to the site, we do evaluate every single […]

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Tero Kojo

Looking for Qt Champions!

Published Wednesday September 3rd, 2014 | Comments Off on Looking for Qt Champions!
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Qt Champions are the individuals who go that extra mile and make Qt shine. They welcome you, they help you, they’ll hunt and fix bugs, they’ll give tips on good coding, they write and make videos and they are there at conferences to tell people of Qt. A Qt Champion is a recognized superhero of […]

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Lars Knoll

Adding LGPL v3 to Qt

Published Wednesday August 20th, 2014 | 16 Comments on Adding LGPL v3 to Qt
Posted in Community, KDE, News, Qt

20 years ago, Trolltech, the company that created Qt, was founded. One of its founding principles was to release Qt as free software to the open source community. In the early versions, this was limited to Unix/Linux and the X11 windowing system. Over the years, more and more platforms were included into the open source […]

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