Mikov asked two things, namely how many people were maintaining GTK, for which the answer is as far as full-time people go, one. His other question was whether the number of people working on Qt is excessive, to which the answer is two-fold: Qt is bigger than a UI toolkit, and just the number of digia/nokia/tt employees doesn't tell the whole story, since other companies and organizations are also putting in considerable manpower.
How those answers can be construed into saying "If GTK fails, it's going to make Qt better" is beyond me.
Comments and public postings are copyrighted by their creators.
Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds