Microsoft and Nokia Form Global Alliance to Design, Develop and Market Mobile Productivity Solutions
subj. Internet society talking, that it could mean the closure of Qt. Any suggestions?
The main argument usually used is that Microsoft first of all promoting the Windows Phone platform, and .NET framework, and as a consequence is rejection of Qt in this market segment.
If there be a consolidation of two companies, analysts predict the closure of Qt development.
I think, hardly probable, because Qt is very useful for multiplatform development.
Uhm, did you read the press release? Have a look at the sentence right below the press release title. http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2009/aug09/08-12pixipr.mspx