The trolls go the second mile
Kudos to trolltech for moving to a completely non-restrictive license on qt - it is indeed a superior toolkit, and hopefully it will now see greater adoption from those who might have been wavering between qt and gtk due to license questions.
The Linux version has a linux-type license, the windoze version has a windoze-like license - very appropriate, I appreciate the logic there. (If I am a free software developer, my efforts are going to be focused on the free Unices anyway, so this is a win; If I am the kind of developer that still wants to futz around with windoze pcs, then I am already used to paying, and not having source...)
Now to crack that book on qt programming that I just bought!