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Paul Smedley:
Interesting article on Qt.... https://devclass.com/2021/01/05/qt-lts-5_15/

Dave Yeo:
Well the positive part, for now, is,

--- Quote ---Existing branches will be kept visible to the public, but are closed for new commits with the exception of Qt WebEngine and the already deprecated Qt Script.
--- End quote ---

Wonder how long they'll maintain the WebEngine for non-paying customers?

Paul Smedley:

--- Quote from: Dave Yeo on January 06, 2021, 11:30:06 pm ---Well the positive part, for now, is,

--- Quote ---Existing branches will be kept visible to the public, but are closed for new commits with the exception of Qt WebEngine and the already deprecated Qt Script.
--- End quote ---

Wonder how long they'll maintain the WebEngine for non-paying customers?

--- End quote ---

It will be really interesting to see - I guess it somewhat depends how quickly the major OS adopt QT6...

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