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Re: [freeqt] Re: FreeQt concerns
Joel Dillon wrote:
> > The FSF and a large chunk of the Linux crew doesn't believe the QT
> > License will remain unchanged. Therefore troll Tech would have no
> > reason
> > to trust us. Putting Harmony / FreeQT under the GPL would mean that
> > it's a hard fact. Is the GPL restrictive enough or should it
> > specifically
> > state that "These Libs may not be used to none GPLd Software" ?
> I suspect the GPL would be restrictive enough. But I have no wish to
> ruin Trolltech; I'm happy with any licence that forces people to
> use Qt, not Harmony, for commercial products. As long as KDE gets
> accepted as GPL by the whole Linux community I'm happy.
The GPL doesn't restrict porting. How about a license similar to the
GPL but says that it MAY NOT be ported to anything besides UNIX???
That would also allow porting to Berlin, should the need arise (and that
*would* be kinda neat...)
And yeah, BE SURE it's clear that you can't develop ANY software for
commercial use! I'm not a GPL expert, but I *think* it's good enough in
Caution is needed here...screwing Troll would *not* be good.
Linux: Everything else is just a toy!