2012/11/15 Sean Collins <smc.collins@xxxxxxxxxxx>: > is it OK to start a qt-haiku mailing list on freelists ? might help heard > the cats a bit with regard to working on QT app, bug reporting etc. Didn't > know if there are any copyright concerns so I wanted to check first. Thanks > > Sean > I'm not saying it's a bad idea, I'm not saying it's a great idea. Personally, I prefer applications written with the use of API Haiku. Haiku-Qt mailing list, you can create without anyone's permission.