Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 10th Jan 2013 20:00 UTC
Qt A Jolla (Sailfish) developer and a Canonical (Ubuntu Phone) developer walk into a KDE/Plasma IRC channel, and fire up a conversation about the QML component API. Not long after, the first fruits of this conversation become apparent. Aaron Seigo (who uses punctuation these days!): "Well, one thing led to another and Zoltan posted an email to the Qt Components mailing list summing up the conversation and proposing we bring our APIs into better alignment. We hope to address issues of API drift between the various component sets out there. This is a pain point others have identified, such as in this recent blog post by Johan Thelin. There is much work to be done before we can even think of calling this a success, but it's the right sort of start." Great news.
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RE: Comment by shmerl
by Nelson on Thu 10th Jan 2013 22:18 UTC in reply to "Comment by shmerl"
Nelson
Member since:
2005-11-29

Microsoft, Apple, and patents are the new Godwin's Law on OSNews.

This thread has absolutely nothing to do with either of them. Why the inflammatory rhetoric?

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RE[2]: Comment by shmerl
by ronaldst on Thu 10th Jan 2013 22:34 in reply to "RE: Comment by shmerl"
ronaldst Member since:
2005-06-29

He forgot Elop, the Microsoftian out to destroy Nokia.

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RE[2]: Comment by shmerl
by shmerl on Thu 10th Jan 2013 22:58 in reply to "RE: Comment by shmerl"
shmerl Member since:
2010-06-08

Just a demonstration of difference in approaches. Proprietary mobile scene is filled with paranoia and fear of competition, which results in you know what. Open source mobile scene shows interest in innovation and collaborative effort.

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RE[3]: Comment by shmerl
by lucas_maximus on Fri 11th Jan 2013 13:26 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by shmerl"
lucas_maximus Member since:
2009-08-18

Just a demonstration of difference in approaches. Proprietary mobile scene is filled with paranoia and fear of competition, which results in you know what. Open source mobile scene shows interest in innovation and collaborative effort.


No it was just another chance for you to get on the soapbox.

Why don't you mention the nazis next as suggested?

Edited 2013-01-11 13:27 UTC

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