I consider relying on a poorly maintained and haphazardly developed toolkit (GTK) as the greater risk. One can wax lyrical about various foundations, trademarks and CLAs ad nauseam, but what it comes down to in the end is that QT is clearly more suitable for Getting Stuff Done™. QT will always be available as open source (no matter what Digia does or doesn't), so the issues mentioned above are of virtually no practical consequence. Instead, they can be interpreted as attempts to prop-up a declining framework, which should have been taken out the back and shot a long time ago.
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