"To that end, an external contractor is working on just that
"right now" but Carmack acknowledges that Quake Live compatibility
"is going to be a much bigger factor in [the Mac and Linux markets]
for people wanting to play the game than it is on the Win32 market
where you have so many more options." Carmack was even hopeful
that, with enough popularity and some special attention from Apple,
the could get "maybe a handful of milliseconds better [on Mac OS]
than you can actually get on Windows."