[PyQt] Animated Progress Bars in QTableView - how?

Phil Thompson phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Sat May 31 15:52:00 BST 2014

On 31/05/2014 1:18 pm, David Boddie wrote:
> On Saturday 31. May 2014, David Wright wrote:
>> On 31 May 2014 00:59, "David Boddie" <david at boddie.org.uk> wrote:
>> > It's on the
>> > sadly now defunct PyQt Wiki, but archive.org still has a copy:
>> https://web.archive.org/web/20100704185712/http://www.diotavelli.net/PyQtWi
>> ki/Animated%20items%20using%20delegates
>> Would there be any interest in a reboot of that website?
>> I'm new to python and pyqt and have struggled to find a good resource 
>> for
>> learning, and have had to resort to scouring github and the likes to 
>> try
>> and pick things up, which is not ideal.
>> A central place to post code and examples of different classes in 
>> action
>> would be great.
> I'll ask Torsten if he's got a backup of the site somewhere - maybe 
> he's
> still reading this list.
>> I've got some spare cash so I don't mind forking out for a domain and 
>> some
>> hosting,  but it's only worth it if it would used by more than just 
>> me,
>> otherwise I'll stick to filling up the 'pyqt stuff' folder on my 
>> desktop.
>> ;-)
> Getting a domain and paying for hosting isn't really the problem - it's
> keeping it running and getting people to use it. I think it's probably 
> better
> to reuse existing infrastructure for this - either the Python Wiki
>   https://wiki.python.org/moin/
> or the Qt Wiki
>   http://qt-project.org/wiki
> The Python language Wiki at least has an entry for PyQt which it seems 
> needs
> to be tidied up a bit:
>   https://wiki.python.org/moin/PyQt
> Since the old PyQt Wiki was also a MoinMoin site, transferring old 
> content to
> the Python Wiki shouldn't be too difficult.

I don't mind hosting a wiki - but I'm not desperately keen to maintain 
the content.


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