[Development] Qt 6.2.6 LTS Commercial released

Volker Hilsheimer volker.hilsheimer at qt.io
Wed Sep 28 10:31:52 CEST 2022

> On 27 Sep 2022, at 22:01, Elvis Stansvik <elvstone at gmail.com> wrote:
> Den tis 27 sep. 2022 kl 21:52 skrev Elvis Stansvik <elvstone at gmail.com>:
>> Den tis 27 sep. 2022 kl 21:01 skrev Thiago Macieira <thiago.macieira at intel.com>:
>>> On Tuesday, 27 September 2022 09:48:01 PDT Elvis Stansvik wrote:
>>>> The typical mail here is about development of Qt, and while some of
>>>> those mails may be specialized and only may not be interesting to
>>>> *everyone*, they could potentially be interesting to *anyone* (e.g.
>>>> cover some technical topic they want to learn about etc). I don't
>>>> think that can be said of commercial-only release announcement, which
>>>> are for sure only interesting to a certain subset of subscribers, so
>>>> suggest keeping them on some commercial-only list.
>>> For me, what's interesting is to know the *date* of the release, because it
>>> sets the 12-month timer for a new open source drop.
>> True :)
>> Open source code drops can be announced here, but I guess there's some
>> value in knowing about the first commercial-only releases, for those
>> who want to pencil in the drop date in their calendars.
> I guess it's just that I can understand Konstantin's sentiment, since
> it feels kind of unsolicited. When I signed up for this list, I
> solicited Qt development conversations. There is a list for
> announcements after all. It feels like I'm getting a newsletter I
> didn't sign up for, without a way to unsubscribe without losing all
> the Qt dev conversations that I do want to follow.
> But if most people are OK with it, no problem. It's not a big deal.
> Elvis

Ok; we have announce at qt-project.org specifically for announcing releases, so we'll send all future release announcements only to that list, without any cross-posting to development at qt-project.org.


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