[lsb-discuss] Re: [lsb-futures] Qt libs ... included in the kernel 2.6 ... Why still blocked?

Matt Taggart taggart at carmen.fc.hp.com
Thu Nov 6 12:33:41 PST 2003

"Dr. Giovanni A. Orlando" writes...

> Hi Friends,
>     In the past, I was a knight defending the Qt insertion in the LSB 
> Specific.
>     Actually state is "Blocked", in the futures.
>         http://www.linuxbase.org/futures/candidates/index.html
>     Now, I download some days ago, the kernel 2.6-test9 and running 
> "make xconfig" I found
> a wonderfull evolution, not more based on Tcl/Tk but on Qt ... Yes, on Qt.
>     Now, that Qt is included in the Linux Kernel ... Are there some 
> possibilities that become
> "Active" and therefore UN-Blocked!

It's not blocked because people don't use it, it's blocked for license 
reasons. Please take a look at the tracking page, the criteria it refers 
to, and if you still have questions/concerns ask them on the lsb-futures 


Matt Taggart        Linux and Open Source Lab
taggart at fc.hp.com   Hewlett-Packard

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