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Worst case scenario, are you technically prepared to switch frameworks and if so, what are your current candidates?

@csolisr That is not the worst case scenario. The very worst case scenario is that KDE forks Qt and maintains it along with with the support from all the other projects that use it.

There is no scenario in which Qt becomes proprietary, as the agreement is future-proof (see "Fifth Agreement (2015)") or that KDE has to switch frameworks.

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