"It is popular among Windows Enthusiasts to dismiss Apple's use
of open source as both a self-serving crutch to offset the
company's imagined inability to write its own code--insisting that
Mac OS X is really just FreeBSD with some extra graphics tacked on
is a common meme among certain wags--and also a one-sided grab that
takes more than it gives. In reality, Apple does a variety of
things for the open source community that are often ignored. Here's
a closer look..."
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