[Interest] Looking for third party Qt libraries

Joseph Crowell joseph.w.crowell at gmail.com
Fri Oct 11 10:01:36 CEST 2013

On 07/10/2013 07:43 PM, Cornelius Schumacher wrote:
> We all know that Qt is great, but we also know that it can't possibly cover
> all use cases. Fortunately there are plenty of third party libraries based on
> Qt, which fill a lot of gaps, so you don't have to develop everything
> yourself.
> Finding these 3rd party Qt libraries can be a challenge, though. To address
> this we started a project to create a curated archive of all relevant Qt-based
> libraries some time ago (you may want to think of that as CPAN for Qt).
> We have reached a state now, where the necessary infrastructure is there, and
> it's starting to become useful for production use. You can find the web site
> at
>      http://inqlude.org
> To make this information more complete, I would like to give this a focused
> push now. My goal is to get all relevant Qt-based libraries listed by end of
> the week.
> So I'm looking for 3rd party Qt libraries.
> Are you releasing a Qt-based library? Do you know of libraries, which aren't
> listed yet?
> If you do please get in contact with me and let me know what's still missing.
> You can also create patches for the meta data, which the web site is based on.
> You'll find instructions on the web site.
> If you want to get involved with the project you can also subscribe to our
> mailing list inqlude at kde.org at https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/inqlude.
> Inqlude is meant to be open to allow everybody to participate on the same
> level. The infrastructure is free software. It's run by the KDE community, but
> we intend to cover the full Qt spectrum.
> Let's make this a place, where Qt developers can easily find and get access to
> the full power of the Qt ecosystem.
> If you have any comments or suggestions, don't hesitate to contact me.
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