After all Nokia has been trumpeting about Qt to all their developers for a long time and even did a huge show about it at the Nokia World 2010 where they awarded money to the best apps.
So what does Nokia do with Qt now? NO one can say, but a smart guy definitely came up with a site which could possibly be mistaken for an actual QT port for Windows Phone 7. Don’t get fooled though, it is just a satire and is poking fun at Nokia. I bet there will be several other developers who will be saying "What a waste of time it has been"
The website in question is http://www.msqt.org/ and was registered on Feb 12 2011, after the Nokia-MSFT decision. I must say that the person who created the website devoted a lot of time to it since anyone will be fooled thinking that it is an actual Qt port for Windows Phone.
Don’t forget to read the footer though, which I will divulge here:
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This is a satire, for the real Qt website go to qt.nokia.com