Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 21st Oct 2010 09:13 UTC
Mac OS X After the news that the new MacBook Airs do not ship with Flash pre-installed (which is news considering Flash has been part of Mac OS X for a very long time), we now have news that Apple is also taking what appears to be the first steps towards removing Apple's own Java runtime from Mac OS X.
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...and contribute any changes they need to support the platform.

Look at the KHTML/WebKit controversy to see why that's either not going to happen, or the project to which they contribute likely won't be that interested in their participation.

For all their talk of standards, they seem to want to be the only ones that define those standards...

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Adurbe Member since:

Odd example to choose...

They got a healthy codebase and for 'little' extra work got a rendering engine to rival/surpass the competition at the time (FF and IE6)

Now the same engine is used by Apple, Rim, Nokia, Google and others.

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TheGZeus Member since:

What does that have to do with contribution/acceptance?

I'm saying anything they do will be a fork. That's all.

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