Qt now open for community contributions — Qt -- A cross-platform application and UI framework
Qt Software has published a community repository for Qt at Gitorious: qt.gitorious.org. The repository model is explained on this page; contributions of code, translations, examples and "other related material" are welcome, although they are still subject to Qt Software's technical and legal review before being included in the actual library. Anyone who has been using Gitorious should notice that there have been changes to Gitorious itself, including a new owner and new SSH keys, and their version of Git has been updated to v1.6.1 (see the change notice and FAQ). Some of the updates to Gitorious have been assisted by funding from, and collaboration with, Qt Software (see Qt Labs report).
Also, a final feature release of Qt Jambi has been released; Jambi is being "outsourced" to the community while Qt Software will focus on Qt itself. Qt Jambi v4.5.0_01 can be downloaded from Qt's downloads page and is released under the LGPL.