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Clearly they write one of the best Qt related articles.
 
Part III of our #Qt  development series about the implementation of signals and slots inside Qt.
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+Tanglu stickers! They managed to print them off-center, unfortunately, but IMHO they still look okay :-)
If you want one, meet me at #FOSDEM, I'll have some with me :)
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Yay! My Christmas wish has come true! There will be an open source QML compiler in 5.8, and it got even better as Qt commercial license for startups might be at a lower price, it would be cool if they could give even reduced price for countries that have they economies sucking a lot for which the USD -> BRL (or something else) makes huge difference...

As a side effect I will probably work on Apper and Litteras again as I got a bit disappointed in not being able to have it at best speed due missing open QML compiler...
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Then what you did and QtCharts isn't too different, after all :D QtCharts is really just a widgets module with a bunch of properties added so you can use it from QML. It's really stiff and inflexible, for instance you cannot give it custom axis labels, just sprintf style placeholders and limited date formatting. 
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Doing a webserver API with Cutelyst that talks to a QWebSocketServer app using QtDBus is quite awesome :)
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All I want for xmas is an open source QML compiler :P
and no I don't want that one that you have to patch your Qt sources....
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Letsencrypt is pretty cool, but it's client pulled a bunch o python crap into my server, now I need to check if writing a Qt ACME client would be easy so I can have my server python free again :)
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Qt 5 packaging in Debian is quite confusing I never know the - devel packages prefix, there is libqt5XX5-dev (libqt5websockets5-dev) or qtXXX5-dev (qtdeclarative5-dev) at least all QML modules have qml-module-* prefix, and then you want the bluetooth module and there is a libqt5bluetooth5 but the dev is at qtconnectivity5-dev
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While the shared library package naming scheme is fixed, the dev package naming scheme is not super strict if you are not packaging a single shared library.
Still, the packaging confuses me too, I usually run a search first before installing stuff.
Reviewing the individual cases makes sense and then filing bugs in case those packages violate https://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/ch-sharedlibs.html#s-sharedlibs-dev
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Cool GNOME-Settings is planning to become GNOME-Sexyngs :P

The changes pretty much sum up what I planned to have with a system settings app...
Over recent months, a fair amount of work has been done on the design of GNOME's settings. Quite a lot of this work is experimental, but I wanted to share the work in progress and explain some of the reasoning behind it. A major feature of the latest settings designs is a rethink of the GNOME ...
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The ordered list is pretty neat though - a bit Android-like, but easier to navigate if you have a lot of configurations than using an icon wall.
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Is there some magical macro/switch that converts all strings to QStringLiteral()? code is so verbose with it... I'm even temped to just define it as S("foo") :P
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I use QSL and QL1S
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How could I have possibly have lived without static variables in class methods!

I can now get rid of many QSqlQuery pointers and their null checks and their deletion, just to have faster times not preparing their query on every #Cutelyst request. I just need a helper function to return the prepared object so that I can initialize them and get fast prepared queries plus memory management for free!

Thank you +Kai Uwe b again!
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would be cool to have a QRunnable that could run a lambda without the need to subclass it :)
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