Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 18th Jan 2011 22:18 UTC, submitted by alinandrei
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu De kogel is door de kerk. After years of focussing entirely on Gtk+ and GNOME, Ubuntu will finally start evaluating Qt applications for inclusion in the defaukt Ubuntu installation. Mark Shuttleworth announced the policy change on his blog today.
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RE[5]: De kogel is door de kerk
by WereCatf on Wed 19th Jan 2011 08:41 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: De kogel is door de kerk"
WereCatf
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Oh wait, the only downside to not implementing dconf is that you won't see your application installed by default on the Ubuntu live CD. So no, nobody must do anything.

Indeed. The library is already being written so an application which wishes to be part of the default installation only needs to add the library and to save/store its settings via that. Not really a big effort needed. And besides, not all apps are going to get on the default installation anyways.

I don't get all these comments saying "I have wanted Qt apps in Ubuntu for years, and now they are doing it. Those bastards!"

I suppose they were happier complaining than actually getting something. And still, Qt apps have been available in Ubuntu for years, the only difference now is that it's possible some Qt apps will be included by default.

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