Eric Laffoon reports that the stories of the demise of GPL'd Quanta have been greatly exaggerated, and to prove it, the Quanta Plus developers have released Quanta Plus 2.0. For those of you who don't know yet, Quanta Plus is a popular and rapid web development tool for KDE.
Some of you will also know that Quanta development has split into 2 branches, one of which is the Open Source KDE project known as Quanta Plus, licensed freely under the GPL, and the other is a commercial Qt product known as Quanta Gold supported by theKompany and made available under a commercial license. Thankfully, both projects are well and alive, and have their place in this world. Hey, and both look great, too (Quanta Plus, Quanta Gold).