QT *OWNS* the code. *YOU* have the freedom to use it under GPL,
as allowed by QT. *YOU* also have the freedom to NOT use it.
Where's the misuse of GPL!? You wish to fork it, and call it "NotQT" -
and release it again under GPL, please go ahead and do it.
It won't make you a misuser!
And what else - even if QT did not use GPL - for the simple fact that
they give you the source code with every commercial license too, it's
complying with the basic philosophy RMS expounds about freedom -
the end user has the source and isn't left stranded with a welded bonnet!
I'm sorry about having to stretch this thread so much - but misinformation
dangerous and hence this issue needs to be settled.