Qt Software has opened the Qt source code repositories to the public and Qt developers can now help guide and shape the future development of Qt by contributing code, translations, examples and other contributions to Qt and Qt-related projects. To help manage the contributions, Qt Software has launched a web-based source code management system based on the Git and Gitorious open source projects.
In addition to Qt, the contribution site will also host a number of Qt-related tools and projects, including the Qt Creator IDE, Qt Jambi, and various Qt Labs projects. Information about the new Qt Contribution Model can be found here.
In conjunction with the launch of the open Qt repositories, Qt Software is publishing a roadmap that reveals a current view of Qt's future direction by providing an overview of current features in development and research projects, and aims to inspire the community to help shape that direction through feedback and contributions.