I'm sure that this question was asked a lot of times however I was able to find many different answers all over the net so want to ask it one more time:
Can I create commercial applications using open source Qt?
When you go to the Qt site it tells you that with lgpl version of qt libs you can create only open-source and proprietary applications (doesn't matter for symbian, windows or other OS). Here, on discussions board, I found a thread where it was told that one CAN sell apps written using qt open source, however app should link to qt dynamically. Anyway there are lot of discussions if the dynamic linking violates lgpl or not. I'm an individual developer so paying about 4000$ for qt license is a bit harder than for a company. Anyway i cannot publish my apps through ovi because of that, however there are other stores on the net which work with ISVs, just want to be sure I won't violate any license.
Can anyone clarify the issue?
Note that I know that you can always sell your application which is even under the gpl license provided that you open your source for people (like they sell linux cd's)