Note: as per the FAQ, "Issues with the next version of Ubuntu" may not be asked as questions here but in my opinion, this is not an issue but merely a question asking about policy. If you feel this question is off-topic, please leave a comment explaining why or open a question on Meta.AU.
How will Qt 5.0 be packaged for Ubuntu when it is released? Currently, the name of the package for installing the Qt 4.8 core libraries is:
Will the equivalent package for the next version of Qt (5.0) be named
libqt5-core? If not, what will the package be named? Will the existing Qt 4.8 libraries coexist with the Qt 5.0 equivalents for the foreseeable future or will they be removed?
The Qt 5.0 beta 2 PPA contains a lot of packages - few of which seem to correspond with existing package names.
If someone can provide me with a link to a policy outlining the Qt 5.0 migration plan, that would be awesome.