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    Default Ubuntu SDK Looks Towards Qt Creator

    Phoronix: Ubuntu SDK Looks Towards Qt Creator

    Another item discussed on the first day of the virtual Ubuntu Developer Summit is about the roadmap for the Ubuntu SDK...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTMxOTg

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    Thats a great choice for those who fancy Non-Linux, DRM and CLA. Congratz Canonical you are doing so well these days! LOL.

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    This is actually a great choice, and an obvious choice, for them because of porting Unity to Qt/QML

    (Funk, I'm ignoring you if you reply to any of my posts so dont bother)

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    Default Yeah...

    Wait a minute! I'm able to predict the future:
    "We think that Qt Creator is a step forward for develop the Ubuntu SDK. We think to write some plug-in for fit it into ubuntu needs."
    1 year after...
    "Because Qt Creator suffer of x, y and z (immaginary) weakness, we need to build our SDK (means Qt stuff fork) in house."

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    Quote Originally Posted by valeriodean View Post
    Wait a minute! I'm able to predict the future:
    "We think that Qt Creator is a step forward for develop the Ubuntu SDK. We think to write some plug-in for fit it into ubuntu needs."
    1 year after...
    "Because Qt Creator suffer of x, y and z (immaginary) weakness, we need to build our SDK (means Qt stuff fork) in house."
    Aint gonna happen. Unlike copyleft software Canonical can get all the shit they need from Qt. Because Qt is commercial, have DRM and a whack boon squad supporting all this craziness. These idiots like CLA, DRM, commercial shit and iOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkSTAR View Post
    Aint gonna happen. Unlike copyleft software Canonical can get all the shit they need from Qt. Because Qt is commercial, have DRM and a whack boon squad supporting all this craziness. These idiots like CLA, DRM, commercial shit and iOS.
    http://qt.gitorious.org/
    Can you point to the source files and/or lines that have anything to do with digital rights management?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayrulez View Post
    http://qt.gitorious.org/
    Can you point to the source files and/or lines that have anything to do with digital rights management?
    I too would be interested in those lines/segments.
    I assume funkSTAR has done a thorough review of Qt's source code, so it should be very easy for him to poinpoint the offending lines (or segments), unless of course, he didn't actually review it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j2723 View Post
    I too would be interested in those lines/segments.
    I assume funkSTAR has done a thorough review of Qt's source code, so it should be very easy for him to poinpoint the offending lines (or segments), unless of course, he didn't actually review it.
    From what i gather, funky is mad that someone once made an application with DRM that happened to use Qt?

    I'm pretty sure people have done that with GTK, too... Sorry, funky.

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    I like Qt Creator as a full C++ IDE. If they based their SDK with it then I think it will be just great.

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    Good choice. I just hope they start offering design resources and guidelines so developers can create beautiful Ubuntu apps even if they suck at design (which is often the case with Linux developers, unfortunately) - in the same way Google, Apple and Microsoft have done it for their mobile operating systems. And I hope they scale well to desktop, because I still hate how old and obsolete most Linux programs look today. Ubuntu wants to be a mainstream OS, but that could turn off a lot of users. People want not just beautiful interfaces, but beautiful apps, too.

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