In case you missed it, Qt is now being developed with the help of an open gitorious system. This was a long time in the planning and a lot of work to get out the door (including funding some development of gitorious), so hats off to the people at Qt Software for that.
What this means is that we can now both contribute easily to Qt itself as well as track development of Qt as it happens. Right now it's only syncing twice daily to the Qt Software internal git repository, but as I understand it this window will shrink down to realtime as the system proves itself to be working well.
Seeing the number of clones that have already popped up and the sorts of things people are working on in them (ranging from bug fixes to performance improvements to new features) it should be pretty interesting to watch this evolve.
I remember being at a Trolltech Dev Days a few years back when someone in the audience asked Matthias Ettrich, who was on stage taking questions after his keynote presentation, why some feature was missing in Linguist ... and the next question was someone asking something similar about Designer. It struck me that these are exactly the kinds of small features that the people in that audience could have contributed themselves quite easily had they the opportunity to do so. Now they do. :)
Now I wonder how much longer until KDE's sources are hosted in a git repository... :)