"There has once again been quite a stir in the community about
the Qt/KDE license incompatibility after Dr.Günter Bechly's
unsuccessful attempt to solve the problem by offering the KDE team
a donation of $3000 if they came up with a solution."
"The attempt was clearly doomed to failure since too many people
already have contributed, either directly or indirectly through
code reuse, to the KDE code base to make it possible to get all
peoples written acceptance to change the license. Besides, that
would both be a moving target, since new code all the time gets
linked to Qt in the shape of KDE applications, and largely
impractical for future development...."
"Most people think about Qt as a drawing/GUI toolkit, a
library to which you link your programs to get access to a number
of functions and procedures which makes it easier and faster for
you to develop your application. Indeed, this is also the way
TrollTech markets Qt."
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