QPL 2.0? First I've heard of it, I doubt Debian is invited to the discussion
FWIW, Clause 6(c) of the QPL is not the only clause that is a problem (but it is the one Troll Tech is most likely to ever change..) There were three issues found, one of which spans two clauses.
It's worth noting that Debian has not been invited to the discussion for potential problems for this new QPL version may have (nor could they drag me into another round of false sincerity - I've been at this long enough to know they aren't serious about a resolution... Especially since they still claim that any GPL'd program using Qt is legal! They'd have to find some other fool to show people as "proof" they're serious about the impact this has on the community..)
Most of the above feels like an attempt to dodge the issues I raised. I've already since pointed out two serious cases where anyone can see that KDE has violated the GPL outright. And while it isn't Troll Tech's problem if KDE is violating the GPL, they certainly ARE making a profit from it. Their primary interest here is to take focus off the points I made because those points could seriously affect their bottom line.
Nothing changes. If KDE wanted these issues resolved, they would have been. The QPL was just an attempt to get Red Hat and Debian to accept KDE. It worked on Red Hat even though they KNOW KDE violates the GPL. And no less than four Red Hat employees emailled me when I wrote my editorial making exuses about market demands forcing them to include KDE regardless of the license situation they knew hadn't been resolved. Thank you Red Hat - it likely never will be since you people are cited as proof there is no real problem. You guaranteed that all of my work was for nothing - less than nothing. As I said, I'm through wasting my time.