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– The author makes some very good points here.
– We’ll see. I don’t have a lot of faith that Apple has changed anything. They’ll pull the rug out without a thought if they think it’s better for them.
– My question is, in an Open Source world, did they honestly think they could fool anybody? Oracle might be a little out of touch with reality.