The Qt community has been doing some great stuff with their Raspberry Pis. (It’s been pointed out to me in the comments that half of you don’t know what Qt is. Here’s Wikipedia on the subject, which is less long-winded than I would be.) First up, some video from Kaitsu, who ported his Qt5 Cinematic … Continue reading →
We meant to get the new forums up and running this weekend, but it turns out that Eben left the bit of paper on which he’d scribbled the credentials he needed to SSH into the server on my desk in the UK. We’re in California until the end of the week, so we’ve had to … Continue reading →