Sorry for the delay in getting 4.7.1 out. I’m jammed up at work. I hope to get it out in the next week or so.
When Centos 6 is released I’ll be building Qt packages and ALIX images for it but I will not be abandoning el5 until it is EOL. Lord thank you for Virtual Machines!
I will also be re-configuring the repositories to make them non-centos specific. I’ll be using ‘qt-el’ instead of ‘centos’ to eliminate confusion for RHEL users who have never heard of Centos. The update will involve moving the RPM packages to a new directory structure and updating the repository package. The old /centos directories will have only the updated repository package in it, so when a ‘yum upgrade’ is performed on an existing machine the new package will redirect the machine to the new directory structure. A second ‘yum update’ will then upgrade the packages normally.
With any luck it will be entirely seamless to the community.
On a side note, we’re over 200 registered users, over 700,000 non-bot hits per month (over 670k from Yum and wget alone!), and easily keeping over 50GB of transfer per month, with a peak in October of over 110GB. We’re #1 on Google’s search with “Qt Centos” and “ALIX Centos” and several others. We have users in Russia, Germany, Italy, France, India, South Africa, the U.S., and dozens more, with hits coming from .com, .edu, .org and several other top-level domains.
Thank you to everyone for making this project worthwhile.