[osg-users] Feedback/guidance sought on move of osgQt out into it's own project/repository

Mathieu MARACHE mathieu.marache at gmail.com
Tue Sep 6 11:50:03 PDT 2016

Hi Robert,

We are users of the osgQt library, we are in the process of migrating from
Qt4 to Qt5. I can propose to be the maintainer of the osgQt Nodekit...

I would propose, in order to keep the history, to fork the current osg repo
and cut out everything else to create an osg Nodekit library.

Anyone out there wanting to chip in ?

Le mar. 6 sept. 2016 à 15:10, Robert Osfield <robert.osfield at gmail.com> a
écrit :

> Do we not have any Qt users anymore? No one care enough to chip in?
> I'm not going to wait around forever before making decisions.  I need
> to get on with moving the OSG towards OSG-3.6.
> The OSG/Qt users need to decide how they want to progress from here
> once osgQt has been move out from the core OSG.  If you don't step up
> then osgQt will likely languish unloved and unsupported. I don't have
> the Qt expertise to do the support, you guys need to step up.
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