By Aron Kozak

Digia delivers open source version of Qt 4.6.4

Published Friday July 8th, 2011 | 6 Comments on Digia delivers open source version of Qt 4.6.4
Posted in Announcements, Partners

A few weeks ago we saw Digia release an update to the Qt 4.6 series, introducing Qt 4.6.4 for commercial customers. Digia has contributed this release to Nokia and Nokia has now released Qt 4.6.4 under the LGPL. You can get the binary packages on the usual Qt downloads page, or you can get the source from Gitorious. […]

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Nokia N9. Great Qt-powered Linux phone to target using the Qt SDK

Published Tuesday June 21st, 2011 | 27 Comments on Nokia N9. Great Qt-powered Linux phone to target using the Qt SDK
Posted in Announcements, Qt in use

At Nokia Connections event in Singapore the new Qt-powered Nokia N9 was announced. This new Linux device features a completely new user interface where navigating is done with a simple swipe of the finger. The Nokia N9 runs MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan and means that Qt-based apps can be ported to run on this new device. […]

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Qt Contributor Summit: Day 1

Published Thursday June 16th, 2011 | 3 Comments on Qt Contributor Summit: Day 1
Posted in Community, Partners, Roadmap | Tags: , , ,

The Qt Contributor Summit is now fully underway and the sparks are already starting to fly. This morning we began our summit with introductions from Alexandra Leisse, followed by Sebastian Nyström providing an overview as to why Nokia was so supportive of Qt and open governance. Following Sebastian, Lars Knoll gave the crowd an overview […]

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Update on Qt

Published Monday February 14th, 2011 | 210 Comments on Update on Qt
Posted in Community

Judging by the sheer volume of comments on Daniel’s post on Saturday you are all feeling like we are. Not the finest time in the history of Qt for sure, but also not the death of Qt that some of you are predicting either. I was unable to continue to reply to all the comments […]

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Going back: Qtscape and the first port of Mozilla to Qt

Published Friday January 21st, 2011 | 9 Comments on Going back: Qtscape and the first port of Mozilla to Qt
Posted in Community, Qt in use | Tags: , , , ,

I recently came across an article reporting the rebirth of the Qt port for Firefox 4. When the journalist wrote about rebirth they were referring to work that some bloggers at Tech Freaks 4 You reported two years ago, but it rattled loose an old memory I had from when I first joined Trolltech (way […]

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My new years resolution, plus Canonical and the opportunity to work more closely

Published Wednesday December 22nd, 2010 | 5 Comments on My new years resolution, plus Canonical and the opportunity to work more closely
Posted in Community, KDE | Tags: ,

I have been a bad blogger. No, I haven’t done anything wrong per se, but I have not blogged nearly as much as I had originally intended. Many times I get interested in a subject, plan on blogging about it, but by the time its written, proof read and ready for publishing its far too […]

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Open Governance

Published Thursday June 3rd, 2010 | 1 Comment on Open Governance
Posted in Announcements, Community, Licensing, Roadmap | Tags:

Since the beginning, Qt has been a product that has collaborated with and embraced its developer community as much as possible. Significant steps such as the contribution model we introduced last year have taken this further and further – we have received and integrated hundreds of contributions since we opened up this channel. We believe […]

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Qt gets more mobile today

Published Tuesday April 27th, 2010 | 7 Comments on Qt gets more mobile today
Posted in Announcements, Qt in use | Tags: , , , , ,

Today was certainly a big day for Qt. First we have announced the Nokia N8, the first Symbian^3 based device, which is also the first Nokia phone that will include Qt (Note: It’s the first official phone to ship with Qt – the N900 included the community port of Qt to Maemo 5 – Ed). […]

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Qt Knut (electric) boogies into the finals on "Norske Talenter"!

Published Monday April 26th, 2010 | 1 Comment on Qt Knut (electric) boogies into the finals on "Norske Talenter"!
Posted in Community, Random | Tags: , , ,

A few weeks ago we wrote about how our very own Knut Yrvin had entered “Norske Talenter”, or Norway’s got Talent. Given the volume of traffic that blog post got, and considering the results from Friday night, I figured it was time to give an update. The show two weeks ago (which was pre-recorded) focused […]

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