It’s getting cold

Today was the Autumn Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere (and Spring in the South). That means Summer is over and Autumn has started.

That means for us here in Oslo that we need to start to wear three layers of clothing when we go outside instead of just two (sweater over T-shirt), we can see the moist from our nose breathing, temperatures in the single-digit degrees (Celsius), etc. Pretty soon now we'll set our clocks back one hour and the snow will come.

Interestingly, we're also nearing feature freeze. The feature set for Qt 4.5 is coming together and the last features are being integrated this week. That's why you won't see Qt snapshots for the next week: we are adding code, cleaning up, and generally breaking Qt.

Also, like I said last week, we're preparing Qt for the transition to Nokia. That means we have to change all of the copyright headers in Qt, reset the license texts, change the documentation, etc.

For those reasons, we prefer to finish our work before we publish it. We'll bring snapshots back soon next week.

In the meantime, please enjoy the blogs about features being integrated.


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