It appears (to me at least) that the main reason cited for not
supporting KDE is because it uses a proprietary widget set - Qt. There is a
simple solution: make a source code compatible version of Qt, or binary
compatible if you have the ambition.
Although I realize that what I'm proposing is hardly trivial, it
is quite viable. So, what kind of stupid illogical conclusion have I made
that makes this entire concept utterly stupid?
Certainly, if the makers of Qt try to screw the Linux community
over after it develops a dependence on it, we will react by doing just this,
it is after all why most freeware exists.
9. Embedded QT