[Development] QML-Development Mailing List

Thomas Hartmann Thomas.Hartmann at digia.com
Mon Dec 10 10:05:06 CET 2012


+1 for Andre.

I think we really should emphasise that QML is part of Qt and not 
something different that has its own mailing list.

Also keeping the QML discussions in the core mailing list ensures 
visibility and might even attract new people to QML.

Kind Regards,
Thomas Hartmann

Am 08/12/2012 19:13, schrieb André Pönitz:
> To be honest, I am not sure this is a good idea. Part of the problems of
> the past as well as some of them we still have stem from the fact that
> QML development was done somehow differently, disconnect from other
> parts of the Qt world.
> While this is certainly ok for non-critical add-ons which people can
> just ignore when don't need it, I don't think it's acceptable for
> something that's touted as Qt's way forward.
> Sure, I can subscribe to yet another mailing list without any
> problem, but a lot of people won't. So the already existing
> schism is more likely to deepen, instead of being flattened out.
> So please, no. Nobody here is likely to be appalled by discussing
> something that's considered a core technology for Qt.
> Andre'
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