Maui Project

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New Packages

Arch Linux packages were updated and there are big changes! Packages no longer requires Qt from git. This means they depends on official Qt 5 packages from Arch Linux. Special packages for polkit-qt-1 and...

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Maui joins Backd

Nitrux S.A. announced that Maui is the first project to join their Backd program. Nitrux S.A. produces a small form factor PC called QtBox, you can find more information here. For every 4,000 USD...

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Maui at FOSDEM 2014

FOSDEM is a free and non-commercial event organised by the community for the community. Every year hackers gather together to stay informed about the latest developments and attend to interesting talks and presentations. This...

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Maui at QtDay 2014

QtDay is the only Italian event where you can learn more about Qt directly from the developers and Digia certified partners. QtDay 2014 will host a presentation about Maui. See the program here.

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Hawaii 0.2.0 released

We are pleased to announce the availability of Hawaii 0.2.0. Hawaii 0.2.0 requires: Qt 5.2 with EGL support The qtwayland module (not yet part of Qt) Wayland 1.3 and Weston 1.3 DConf Polkit-Qt-1 with...

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Hawaii Shell 0.1.92

The first public snapshot of Hawaii Shell is available. This release is limited to Hawaii Shell and the Weston plugin not the whole desktop. The strategy is to release one module at a time....