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KDE is heading in this direction too. How does it compare with QML?
Eh? No they're not, they're very much in the Qt/QML camp, have been for ages. Personally think it's unfortunate that GNOME decided to go this way just because of past (ideological) differences.
They Would've been a great new member to the Qt/QML biosphere/code-base, one that would've become a highly respect contributor, & helped to propel the Qt platform faster & more forcefully.
They ld've been a great new member to the Qt/QML biosphere/code-base, one that would've become a highly respect contributor, & helped to propel the Qt platform faster & more forcefully.
Qt needs fixing then. Remove the CLA, remove the open core business, remove the primary focus on non-linux platforms. GNOME has a million reasons to stay away not just because the freedom is totally flawed at Qt. Being Digias bitch is not an option.