I think that you are right in that the creation of Gtk in competition to Qt helped greatly in getting Qt where it is today in terms of technology and license, but now that we've all won it may be time to stop competing and start working together and if one of these projects is going to become legacy, it should probably be Gtk, the Qt stack seems to have consistently more resources maintaining it, and more shipping software using it. From my leather armchair smoking a cigar and sipping bourbon it seems like the winner. 8-)
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