Wishing that alternatives to your favorite toolkit just die doesn't seem to be the right mindset. I don't see such posts on news regarding new Qt features.
". You brought up that you don't like the business model of one of the contributors to Qt and I said that at least it WORKS and it seems quite irrelevant in the big picture..."
Now you are downplaying the issue. Qt trademark and copyrights are aligned with one company that controls it via a CLA. So it is not merely a business model of just one company and it isn't the company that matters as much as the problems associated with the CLA based development model. We all I think agree that there are problems but we might have different perspectives on the impact in this case which is fine but it certainly isn't irrelevant especially when you consider the big picture.
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