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Contributors, mark you calendars!
22nd and 23rd of June 2021
The Qt Contributor's Summit 2021 is an online event open to anyone who has contributed to the Qt project. Contributions include code, helping users on the forum or mailing lists, maintaining the wiki, and any other activity that helps move the Qt project forward. The event happens shortly after the Qt 6.2 feature freeze, and we are looking forward to discuss and collaborate on our common vision for the project.
For more details about the event, and to submit topic suggestions, please take a look at the Qt Contributor's Summit 2021 page on the Qt wiki.
This year we are virtually co-locating the Qt Contributor's Summit with the KDE Akademy 2021 online event. We expect to have a few Qt-specific talks during the Akademy sessions on June 19th, 20th, and 25th as well, so keep yourself up-to-date with the programme.
Participation will as always be free of charge, but you do need to register yourself through the KDE and Akademy 2021 registration process.
I'm looking forward to seeing many of you online in June!
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