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Excuse my squirrely ignorance, but I seem to hear a lot of "What's good for Apple is good for OSS/linux" floating around. Why do you think that is? Do you ...
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    Apple and linux


    Excuse my squirrely ignorance, but I seem to hear a lot of "What's good for Apple is good for OSS/linux" floating around. Why do you think that is? Do you agree or disagree?

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    Most of our opinions are on this thread:
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    Yeah...I was going to ask in that thread, but it seemed to diverge too much from the original topic, so I felt more comfortable putting it in its own thread (might give the topic more notice from other forum members).

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