Okay, I'll bite:

* Poor standard of some modules - Qt Multimedia and Qt Components especially
* Too much focus on features instead of fixing bugs
* Designer plugin development/deployment sucks (should be in a scripting language or json, and should be possible to do per project)
* Current gerrit workflow make Qt contributions a pain to get started with
* Javascript chosen as the scripting language for Qt (see this for giggles: https://www.destroyallsoftware.com/talks/wat)
* Commercial pricing is impossible to figure out for my customers
* Not using exceptions (I know, won't happen, and most appreciate this)

Compared to the awesome quality and completeness of Qt, those are minor points. I've been a happy Qt coder for almost 20 years now and hope for 20 more :)

Bo Thorsen,
Director, Viking Software.

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