[Interest] Is Nokia officially done with Qt?

Sivan Greenberg sivan at omniqueue.com
Fri Jun 15 21:37:28 CEST 2012

On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 10:26 PM,  <lorn.potter at nokia.com> wrote:
> We have been told the Qt asset (Brisbane, Oslo, Berlin - Trolltech) are not "immediately" 'shutting our doors' like Ulm, and other areas. We have been told we are still working on getting Qt 5 released in the near term. We have also been told not to submit commits to Qt for the next few days, until legal works out something legal like thing.
I hope there's still hope for it to not shut the doors at all, but I
might be day dreaming..Not trying to make it harder with questions,
given current license and open gov. I cannot not wonder what more
legal like thing needed....

> Are people fixing up resume/cv's and looking for new digs? You betcha.
Let's hope something good happens, although 'not immediately' does sound grim..

I'm Qting away as I'm writing this, admiring what project provides me
with and how many parts are there to materialize  great ideas. Cross
platformness is key for the future, and I'm sure many recognize this
in Qt.


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