[Development] Qt Network Maintainership Changes

Peter Hartmann peter-qt at hartmann.tk
Wed Sep 7 10:18:10 CEST 2016

+1 for Timur

I am hereby officially stepping down as co-maintainer as well; I was in 
fact not working any more on QtNetwork for quite some time already, 
because my day job does not really allow for it...

Feel free to ping me on IRC or add me to a code review and I might get 
back to you though.


On 06.09.2016 21:05, Richard Moore wrote:
> Hi All,
> As some of you may know, I'm planning to step down as maintainer of Qt 
> Network. This is because now that the Qt company has people in a 
> position to work on the network stack full time I think it makes much 
> more sense for them to be the maintainer - it doesn't mean I'll be 
> moving away from working on Qt (in fact I hope it will mean I'll have 
> more time to actually get things done as a result). I'd like to 
> nominate Timur  as my replacement - he's already spent an inordinate 
> amount of time fixing bugs, to say nothing of adding support for 
> HTTP/2 so I'm sure things are in good hands.
> https://codereview.qt-project.org/#/q/owner:%22Timur+Pocheptsov%22,n,z
> On a similar note, I'd like to nominate Jesús Fernández as the 
> maintainer of the QtNetworkAuth module - he wrote it after all!
> https://codereview.qt-project.org/#/q/owner:%22Jesus+Fernandez%22,n,z
> I plan to continue working on the network code myself too, this is 
> more an administrative change than anything else.
> Cheers
> Rich.
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