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I'm writing a paper about Qt license changes' motivations and consequences over the years for my FOSS class. It's quite a subject and I'm doing good with it, but I'm just unavailable to find the original FreeQt license's text (Qt 1.45 and earlier). If anybody has it, may I ask that kind person to contact me?
p.s. I found a few articles about it, but I'd like to see the original text. I've already tried to e-mail Qt Project directly, but no response came so far.
Which email address did you try to contact the Qt Project on? I'd recommend the "Interest mailing list":http://lists.qt-project.org/mailman/listinfo/interest -- you'll need to subscribe to it first.
I've just used the contact form at the bottom of the page. Thanks for the tip ;)
Haha, I'm not actually sure where that form sends your letter...
But the mailing list is definitely active, and many of Qt's engineers answer questions there. This forum is mostly run by the community of Qt users only.
All the best with your research.
Thank you for your help JKSH!