[Accessibility] Re: Q
ojschmidt at kde.org
Mon Aug 8 14:51:27 PDT 2005
> The LSB refuses to standardize on the Qt toolkit
Does this mean that my wish to cooperate with the LSB is a lost cause, and
that KDE should oppose the LSB instead of trying to find a solution?
> which would require some to enter into a contractual agreement to use the
Qt is GPL-lisensed. The QPL allows to use Qt with a number of other OSI
approved licenses withg entering a contractual agreement. For proprietary
development, RAND terms are available.
> The QPL license does not meet the LSB's acceptance criteria.
I know that the LSB chose license criteria which are incompatible with Qt.
But this doesn't change the fact that if the LSB rekindles the GUI wars by
including a single toolkit, then this will loose the FSG a lot of
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