Open Governance

Mika Pälsi

Clarifications to Qt Trademark Fair Use Policy

Published Tuesday March 18th, 2014
9 Comments on Clarifications to Qt Trademark Fair Use Policy
Posted in Community, Licensing, Open Governance, Qt

The use of Qt is on an upward spiral and a great deal of activity is visible with hundreds of Qt-powered products on the market today, scores of Qt learning books and various global Qt activities taking place on a constant basis. We are grateful for the support with pushing Qt forward. In that respect, in

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Qt-project.org under Open Governance

Published Thursday April 18th, 2013
2 Comments on Qt-project.org under Open Governance
Posted in Background, Community, Contributors, cross-platform, Open Governance

Right before Qt Developer Days in Berlin, November 2012, we began discussing with the qt-project.org moderators how to bring rest of the Qt Project into Open Governance. This includes the content management system, forums, wikis and so on – everything run as a real community-driven project, as the Qt development itself has been run since

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Tuukka Turunen

First Ten Mirrors Active for Qt Project Downloads

Published Friday April 5th, 2013
4 Comments on First Ten Mirrors Active for Qt Project Downloads
Posted in Community, Open Governance, Releases

I am very pleased that we have already ten mirrors from three continents active for the new download service of the Qt Project, and more are on their way. With the new MirrorBrain based setup is it very easy to become a mirror for Qt – and even more importantly it is seamless for the

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Tuukka Turunen

Qt Project Needs Mirrors for the New Download Service

Published Thursday March 28th, 2013
17 Comments on Qt Project Needs Mirrors for the New Download Service
Posted in Announcements, Community, KDE, Open Governance, Releases

The Qt Project is currently using a content delivery network based solution for distribution of releases. We have been working to improve distribution of Qt open-source packages and now have the setup available for mirroring. Now we need to get more mirrors before going to production. The idea is to switch to MirrorBrain based system

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Call for Sponsors | 2013 Qt Contributors Summit

Published Wednesday March 13th, 2013
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Posted in Community, Contributors, Customers, growth, KDE, Open Governance

This is the 3rd annual Qt Contributors Summit and it will be the biggest summit to date due to our joined forces with the KDE Akademy conference. More than 500 contributors are expected and it’s solely dependent on sponsorship to succeed. This will foster interaction, knowledge transfer and technical progress in a highly-productive atmosphere where

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Qt Contributors’ Summit Joins Forces with KDE Akademy – July 2013

Published Thursday February 14th, 2013
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Posted in Announcements, Contributors, KDE, Open Governance, Qt

Just after Digia acquired Qt from Nokia, the KDE community suggested to run the Qt Contributors’ Summit together (Qt CS) with the KDE Akademy conference in Bilbao July 15-16 this summer. The conference will be at the Engineering School of Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (EHU; The University of the Basque Country) in Bilbao. Lars Knoll, the

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Cross compiling Qt for the masses

Published Friday April 13th, 2012
13 Comments on Cross compiling Qt for the masses
Posted in Contributors, Embedded, Open Governance, Qt

Cross compiling Qt for particular devices/BSPs can be frustrating when operating from first principles and we are trying to improve the existing configure/qmake build infrastructure in Qt 5, as well as the associated documentation, in order to ease this burden. We are approaching the problem from 2 angles: General cross compilation support Direct target support

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Lars Knoll

Launch of the Qt Project imminent…but not on Monday

Published Friday October 14th, 2011
7 Comments on Launch of the Qt Project imminent…but not on Monday
Posted in Contributors, News, Open Governance

Followers of the Qt Project will know we announced October 17 as our target launch date for the project. Unfortunately this date is no longer achievable, and we will be delayed by what we expect will be three to four days. A huge amount of hard work has been done, and we are down to

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Lars Knoll

Qt Project

Published Monday September 12th, 2011
53 Comments on Qt Project
Posted in Contributors, Open Governance, Qt

Over the past year we have been working with many of you to sort out how we make development of Qt even more inclusive and open. After exploring various options, we are now almost ready to go live with the new solution. It’s taken a little longer than expected, but we are now very close

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