[Interest] Future of Qt Opensource SDK?

Sergio Ahumada san at sansano.inf.utfsm.cl
Fri Oct 12 19:17:39 CEST 2012

On 10/12/2012 07:06 PM, Tomasz Siekierda wrote:
>> A couple of people have requested this:
>> http://lists.qt-project.org/pipermail/releasing/2012-September/000634.html
>> This is from the Director of Qt R&D at Digia, so I think you can count
>> on it. The SDK is dead for non commercial customers. If you disagree,
>> you just might have found your new pet project :)
> I think it would be a good idea to remove the SDK from qt-project's
> Downloads page, then. On the forums I have to instruct several people
> a week that they should download libraries and Creator separately
> (quite literally, really - this week alone there were at least 4
> threads started by people having queries about the SDK).
> The problem is that the SDK is still the topmost link on the page, so
> most people, and especially newbies, click it. Would be good to either
> remove it, or - better - simply move it to bottom of the page or to
> some "Archive"  or "Legacy" section.
> Cheerio,
> sierdzio
> PS. Pinging the development so that hopefully someone responsible for
> this site sees this. Sorry for the noise.

As Thiago said .. The Qt Project is working on an SDK for Qt 5 beta 2 
already https://qt.gitorious.org/qtsdk/qtsdk

You could actually create your own installer package.

Sergio Ahumada Navea
san at sansano.inf.utfsm.cl

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