Today is the second anniversary of the founding of Qt Centre, the forum and wiki for Qt developers. Founder Johan Thelin, who was contracted to write his Foundations of Qt Development as a result of a contact on the site, posted this message:
Two years ago the QtCentre site was launched. The goal was to provide the leading forum on the internet, encouraging the exchange of experience and to provide a meeting point to the Qt community. The response to this has been beyond our wildest expectations - all thanks to all our visitors and contributors.
As a part of QtCentre's ambition to be the meeting point of the QtCommunity a Qt programming contest was held last year. The result was fenomenal with a great list of high quality entries and a matching list of prices. The participants came from all of the earth, reflecting the wealth of the community available at QtCentre.
A forum is good for exchanging experience and providing answers. For the more in-depth information QtCentre provides a wiki filled with articles. These articles touch the peculiarities of Qt, provide helpful tips and tricks as well as providing useful general knowledge about Qt.
The QtCentre team would like to thank all visitors and contributors. Thanks to you, the centre has succeeded beyond our wildest expectations. We hope to see you all in 2008 and make that an even greater year!