We have our own port of Qt on Android, called “grym-android-lighthouse”. It is much more complete and already usable for production (not using shared Qt run-time). We have BogDan’s branch merged so it’s probably possible to use his QtCreator integration with our stuff but nobody tested yet. BTW, any help combining Necessitas and BogDan’s branch would be appreciated.
DoubleGIS (http://2gis.ru) mobile dev team.
> Is there a page for this with further information? Projects that are hidden will stay hidden and no one will ever know about them.
It is not hidden, just not advertised much. It can be easily found on Gitorious (cloned from android-lighthouse). Also we participate discussion @ android-qt list. As for a Website with Wiki and etc., it's not done yet but we have some plans. Would be great to do that in collaboration with BogDan or Qt team :-)
We do help everyone who wishes to use our code. BogDan could merge it at any moment, but he refused to accept code which (1) uses additional dynamic libraries (we use QtAndroidCore), (2) has any platform-specific exported functions or which (3) supports placing Qt libs into APK. I, from my side, look at lack of platform integration library separated from QPA plugin and lack of support for all-in-one package as an unacceptable flaw. And some exported functions are unavoidable evil until high-level Qt interfaces are available to do the same tasks.