Re: Qt Freed!
> Qt not freed. It's not compatible with the DFSG/ Open Source
It certainly looks like it is to me.
> It looks like an attempt to placate us without actually preventing Troll
> Tech from charging commercial application developers, which has, IMAO,
> been their aim all along.
Nothing can prevent TT from charging commercial application developers.
> It might be good enough to get Qt into nonfree and KDE into contrib,
It's almost exactly the opposite. The QPL is good enough to get QT into
main, but may conflict with the GPL in such a way as to keep KDE out.
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