kamil yes, and I thought it was a pity that is was getting outdated in wip, so I've decided to bring it back to life, even if don't use it myself.
The new versions of LXQt are rather different from the old ones but, your work has allowed for a lot of it to be reused.
The differences from 0.9.0 to todays 0.16.0 might be trivial to you or to anyone that knows C++ and/or other programming languages but, I'm not a programmer. Actually, my very first Linux Mint install was less than 4 years ago and I see myself as a simple user.
When I started using NetBSD (because I was getting tired of Linux) there were a lot of things that I was missing. I still remember you helped me out in wip with
Getting those packaged was the start of it all and thanks for making "life hard" on me back then 😃 and making me understand some of the basic concepts of packaging instead of "handing out" the solution.
This made me stay on NetBSD, I could have just leave and go back to Linux, all the packages I wanted were just a simple
sudo <some_package_manager> install <pkg_name> away.
But, why would I do that? I'd just understood that, with some reading and persistence, I could get most of it packaged for the system I enjoy using.
LXQt was a good practice, the foundations were there while the changes implemented by upstream during those years had made it challenging enough to be a good practice/learning playground.
So, I've decided to give back to the project.
Bringing desktop content is the sort of thing that brings in new users. Personally, there isn't much I'm missing anymore but, keeping users by helping them getting what they want/need is something I like doing, even if sometimes is a bit over my knowledge.
Upstream LXQt has already started releasing some point releases, so there is no rush in getting 0.16.0 packaged.