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I work for VMware, and our proprietary programs are designed to integrate well with the GNOME desktop. We use many GNOME libraries. Workstation and the Player both fit well into the GNOME desktop. Please refrain from making such bold statements without research
Someone admits to it, that's the first one:-) Perhaps a little bold, but not whitout research. But you hadn't responded had i t not been bold, had you:-) Anyway I think my point still stands, Qt licenses to all at WMware would cost a lot less than what RH spends on GTK.
Who knows, but Red hat have customers that maybe would like to interact with their libraries, using Qt would inherited the GPL license to their customers forcing them to GPL their code or expend at least another 2500 dls, Red Hat is smart enought to go with GTK instead, GTK has save them a lot of money to them and the satisfaction of their customers.