2011/12/19 Timothy Pearson <kb9vqf@...>: >> Out of curiosity? Isn't Qt registered trademark of nokia? I found this >> on qt4/nokia page: "Nokia, Qt and their respective logos are >> trademarks of Nokia Corporation in Finland and/or other countries >> worldwide.". > > As Qt3 is part of the LSB and is no longer maintained by Nokia the proper > action to take becomes a bit murky. Renaming the project will cause > confusion, and partially defeat the purpose of taking over Qt3 maintenance > in the first place. > > My first thought is to wait and see if Nokia even cares enough to contact > us about it. We are not competing with Nokia (we don't even have a Web > site for Qt3!); the extent of our publication of Qt3 is a source directory > tucked away in our GIT tree. Personally I don't think we'll hear from > Nokia any time soon. ;-) > Let's hope so. Anyway I had an idea about whole Trinity, I already talked about this with Calvin and he liked this idea. I'd split whole trinity into 3 components: Trinity Libs, Trinity Desktop Enviroment and Trinity Apps. And call the whole thing Trinity Project Trinity libs: qt3, tdelibs and other libs we provide TDE: things only needed for desktop Enviroment. panels, menus, kcontrol, kwin ecc... Trinity apps: apps based on Trinity libs, but which do not require TDE to be run. What do you think about it? Besides, split current tde* monolithic groups into single apps. Do we have any reason to keep them as they are?