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  1. New in Qt Centre - Recent Unanswered Threads

    Today Qt Centre received a small new addition that will be to the benefit mostly to the "answerers" of the forum. On the front page of the site you can see a list of recent threads that have not been answered yet (as in those that have 0 replies). This is to provide an easy way to find interesting topics to look at for people willing to help others. Question authors will also benefit from the list as their questions will be easier to find.
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  2. New in Qt Centre - Qt Quick and Qt Essentials

    Hi all,

    this is the first blog entry in series describing changes that Qt Centre has been undergoing recently. Hopefully they will let you learn more about capabilities of this site and leverage them to your (and the Community's) benefit.

    In this first post I would like to introduce two modifications that were activated today.

    As you know recently Qt 4.7.0 has been released to the public and part of this release was the introduction of Qt Quick that consists ...
  3. Qt Centre needs your help!

    Qt Centre is looking for a new moderator. If you are willing to take a more active part in the community, have some time free or are simply willing to face a new challenge, please consider this offer:

    • good English language skills,
    • decent level of knowledge about Internet and ability to solve simple e-mail and web related problems,
    • availability for forum presence at least three days a week.

    • email support regarding
  4. Qt Centre turns four

    Happy New Year, everyone!

    Four years ago Qt Centre was opened. A lot has changed since then - Nokia acquired Trolltech, Qt went LGPL and has become available to literally hundreds of millions of machines in the world.

    Qt Centre has seen stable growth and some development as well. We have over 15k users worldwide with over 125,000 posts in more than 20,000 threads in the forum. A wiki was established, two programming contests were conducted and many prizes have been ...
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