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Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)
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Debugging Qt, Fixing and Contributing a Bug Report (Using Gitorious)

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With Qt's new open contribution model and the Qt source code repositories open on qt.gitorious.org, contributing your code to Qt is easier than ever before. Learn how to take advantage of this new …

With Qt's new open contribution model and the Qt source code repositories open on qt.gitorious.org, contributing your code to Qt is easier than ever before. Learn how to take advantage of this new opportunity by walking through the example of debugging and submitting a bugfix using Gitorious.

Presentation by Simon Hausmann held during Qt Developer Days 2009.

http://qt.nokia.com/developer/learning/elearning

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  • 1. Contributing to Qt 09/22/09 Simon Hausmann
  • 2. About me • Simon Hausmann • Qt and WebKit developer • Passionate about open source, version control • Weakness for Italian and Asian food 2
  • 3. Agenda • Corner stones of Qt Development • Contribution Process • Demo 3
  • 4. Towards a contributing community 4
  • 5. Bug tracking 5
  • 6. Internet Relay Chat #ubuntu #kde #webkit #maemo #xorg #winehq #kernelnewbies #gnome 6
  • 7. Internet Relay Chat #ubuntu #kde #webkit #maemo #xorg #qt-labs #winehq #kernelnewbies #gnome 7
  • 8. Meet us there 8
  • 9. Code review 9
  • 10. Distributed Development 10
  • 11. Distributed Source Code Management 11
  • 12. Distributed Source Code Management 12
  • 13. Roadmap 13
  • 14. Join us! • bugreports.qt.nokia.com • #qt-labs on irc.freenode.net • qt.gitorious.org • qt.nokia.com/developer/qt-roadmap 14
  • 15. Agenda • Corner stones of Qt development • Contribution Process • Demo 15
  • 16. First the theory 16
  • 17. Contribution pipeline 17
  • 18. Let's see how it works 18
  • 19. Summary • We're opening up development • Join our growing community of contributors! 19
  • 20. Thank you! • Any questions? 20

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