This may be in the wrong location as I do not require support, but there is also no released scripts here. . .
I am currently working on putting a demo together for the benefits of integrating Qt in Blender.
For those who do not know, Qt is an interface design framework that allows anyone to create UI’s.
From the novice who can use the included QtDesigner, to the advanced who can create UI’s from scratch in object oriented python.
I will be working on a custom build of blender with PyQt and PySide built in, so no source code will be available at the present time.
I will be starting with some basic Qt widgets such as an Ivy/Tree generation widgets, and will be following through to more advanced Character UI’s and Custom Node Graphs.
The purpose of this Demo is to submit to the blender developers the pros and cons of having a robust UI building system integrated into Blender.
Although this would increase the download size by about 60Mb, it would allow for some truly amazing scripts to be created by the community.
For those looking at downloading Qt, you can get it here: http://qt-project.org/wiki/PySide
I am open to feedback, but bear in mind that the purpose of this demo is not to create Tools.