Digia Qt Spinoff Is Called "The Qt Company"
Written by Michael Larabel in Qt on 16 September 2014 at 03:06 PM EDT. Add A Comment
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Last month we wrote about Digia's plans to spin off its commercial Qt business and now today we have some more information on that change.

The plan expressed this summer is to spin off Digia's Qt division into its own company that's still owned by Digia but will focus exclusively upon Qt development in a more unified manner than what's happening right now. The goal is to reduce Qt fragmentation and provide a unified web presence.

Digia is today announcing that this new company is to be called The Qt Company. Additionally, the new Qt web-site will be Qt.io. This new site will try to combine Digia's Qt site, Qt-Project.org, and other Qt resources into one domain.

Lars Knoll made the announcement today to the Qt development list. Also announced today is a new commercial Qt offering for indie mobile developers at 20€/$25 per month.
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