Are you a Qt Ambassador or a Qt Superstar ?
We are looking for Qt Ambassadors or Qt Superstars with fantastic Qt Applications to port them over to our BlackBerry QNX Playbook and BB10 platforms.
What we need from you is:
· For you to be a member of the “Qt on BlackBerry and QNX” Group (if you are not, then become a member)
· Send a proposal of the application(s) you will / are considering porting or have ported
· Send us a link to where you will make your code available OR If you do not to make the code public then please provide us evidence that you are Developing using Qt :-)
You will be automatically entered into our weekly draw for a free playbook. Invited to our porting lab, obtain free technical help and support and training.
Please send the above information to me using the following Form [docs.google.com] and I look forward to discussing your applications with you :-)
Twitter: @AshNazir [twitter.com]
Note: If you have already sent the information to me through the Qt-Project mail facility there is no need to duplicate it on the form.
I am a Qt Ambassador with a couple of N9 Qt apps and a couple of Symbian Qt apps. At least this one http://store.ovi.com/content/135126 should be relatively easy to port, but I am not sure I’d want to open the code.
By requesting “Send us a link to where you will make your code available” do you mean that the apps being ported should have freely available source code only?
I am waiting to be approved at “Qt BlackBerry and QNX” group. Please approve me and I’ll send you my proposition.
I want to port the Qt release of my open-source mobile application location2sms to BlackBerry. I have recently published Android port of location2sms to BlackBerry App Word for PlayBook but I am not satisfied of the quality and I prefer to support the Qt release for BlackBerry devices.