Am Mittwoch, den 11.05.2011, 21:06 +0300 schrieb Timo Jyrinki:
> 2011/5/9 Radek Polak <>:
> > qtopia => qt extended => qt extended improved => QtMoko
> ...
> > From technical point of view QtMoko is using regular Qt as framework for 
> > GUI,
> > networking and other nice features that Qt supports. Qt is just compiled 
> > with
> > custom configure switches. We can upgrade Qt from upstream and receive new 
> > Qt
> > features quite easily.
> Great to hear that! I obviously thought Qt Exte... QtMoko is more
> stuck in the Qt 4.4 time than it it is in reality. Sounds pretty
> great, maybe actually at some point QtMoko or some part of it could be
> pushed back to upstream as part of the ongoing improvements in the
> Open Governance model :) Especially if there is something that would
> help maintaining QtMoko in the longer term.

For what it's worth... a bunch of folks and me have just started
working on a new featurephone-client (expect a "formal" announcement
later this week) which is going to use QML, so we can perhaps share
some Qt code.



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