Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 7th Mar 2011 15:50 UTC, submitted by Geoff Floding
Qt Since the web has a tendency to overstate things: no, Nokia is not selling Qt. Today, Nokia announced that Digia will acquire the Qt Commercial software licensing and professional services business from Nokia. So I repeat: Nokia is not selling Qt.
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RE: A good thing for Qt
by Carewolf on Mon 7th Mar 2011 20:01 UTC in reply to "A good thing for Qt"
Carewolf
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2005-09-08

This might be the road to the solution. Nokia only had a strategic interest in mobile Qt anyway, KDE and now Digia have an interest in desktop Qt.
The development of Qt has already been made more public by Nokia by using gitorious and a public bug-tracker. The last missing piece is perhaps a more open governance of Qt.

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RE[2]: A good thing for Qt
by vodoomoth on Wed 9th Mar 2011 11:45 in reply to "RE: A good thing for Qt"
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2010-03-30

The last missing piece is perhaps a more open governance of Qt.

Which would be what? What form would that "more open governance" take?

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