[PyQt] PyQt Licensing
gruszczy at gmail.com
Tue May 12 18:26:31 BST 2009
My comment on the issue:
In short: good choice!
2009/5/12 Simon Edwards <simon at simonzone.com>:
> A Corsaire wrote:
>> I do think that this is a
>> worst-case outcome for the Python community as a whole. It means that PyQt
>> development won't open up and become more community driven, that we (and
>> other customers) still have to worry about the
>> what-if-Phil-gets-hit-by-a-bus scenario,
> Is this the classic "What happens to my FOSS / closed source application if
> Riverbank disappears?" problem? (Also known as Bus Factor 1) How big is the
> concern seriously? This sounds like the same situation that KDE was in when
> Qt was QPL/GPL, incidentally.
> Simon Edwards | KDE-NL, Guidance tools, Guarddog Firewall
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