Tag Archive: qt-project

Apr 30

Quick update to the Qt Project statistics

Update on last Friday’s post on the Qt Project’s statistics: the script ran again this morning, so we now have data for last week. The Qt Project Statistics Page now includes the number of contributors per week: Visit the statistics page for more graphs.

Apr 27

Qt Project Statistics

For about a month, I’ve been improving a set of scirpts to calculate statistics on the Qt Project. What I wanted to know, at first, was how well I was doing, how much I was contributing. Another question I had in mind and I know many others did too was “how much is the Qt …

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Apr 03

Qt 5 alpha released

Lars writes to let us know that the first (and hopefully only) Qt 5 alpha has been released! It’s the first in the major release series in 7 years, the first major release of the Qt Project (though not the first release in of the project, since we released 4.8.1 just a few weeks ago). …

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Jan 13

Qt temperatures drop from January to June

I’ve previously talked about how the Qt 5 Winter is coming. Since we started talking about that, people have begun asking what are the date limits for each thing, when the API would freeze, when Qt 5.0 would be stable, when we’d release, etc. This blog tries to answer that a little. Last month, we …

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Dec 22

Winter is coming

Winter is also coming for Qt 5.0: we are approaching feature freeze. The exact date, I can’t tell you, because we don’t know yet. That’s actually the subject of this blog: we need to find a date and I need your help to get there.

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Oct 21

Qt-Project.org is live

As you may have noticed in Lars’s blog the new Qt Project website and organisation is live! Yeah! It’s the product of many people’s work over the course of a year and a half, changing the way how over 200 engineers work on their daily lives. The change is just in time for the Qt …

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