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KDE Open Source Technology

Nokia Announces Qt Open Governance Model 39

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from the software-wants-to-be-free dept.
chill writes "Over the past year the Qt Developers have been working to sort out how they can make development of Qt even more inclusive and open. After exploring various options, they are now almost ready to go live with the new solution. It's taken a little longer than expected, but they are now very close to moving hosting of Qt to a new domain: [domain not yet live when posted]. The domain will be owned by a non-profit foundation whose only purpose is to host the infrastructure for the Qt project. More details of the changes are available at the Qt Open Governance Model wiki."
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Nokia Announces Qt Open Governance Model

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  • Sad apathy. (Score:5, Insightful)

    by Microlith (54737) on Wednesday September 14, 2011 @01:40PM (#37401872)

    The sad apathy and silence around this move, and the Qt project, shows how far Slashdot's reader base has fallen from being interested in FOSS and open development models.

    It's all about being treated as second-rate by Google these days, white knighting for Apple, or reading shit articles posted by samzenpus/kdawson/timothy.

"There is no statute of limitations on stupidity." -- Randomly produced by a computer program called Markov3.