There will be two intense days of discussions and work on the future of Qt. Anyone who has an interest and has in some way had an influence on the Qt project is welcome to the event to talk and share their views on the current state and future of Qt.
Please note that when you do add a topic, you need to prepare the session, and I will check that you have prepared. Also as a change from previous years, we will not automatically make wiki pages of the sessions (people are free to do so naturally), but put the tasks that come out of the sessions to bugreports, where they are more likely to be followed up.
At this point I would like to thank the sponsors of the event for making this possible!