[OS X TeX] TeXpad (LaTeX iPad editor app) dev's blog post on Mac OS X appstore sandboxing

Lee Witt leedwitt at gmail.com
Wed Apr 4 23:46:06 CEST 2012

I think think the headline of this article is over the top, but the point
made is interesting. The subject links to an earlier comment here about the
increased emphasis on IOS.


The first two paragraphs read

If you had any doubts about theoverwhelming importance of
the imminent death of OS
we know it—probably after Mountain Lion—take a look at the image above. Pay
close attention. Read the titles of the *entire* Apple leadership team.

See it yet?

There's no VP for OS X or Mac technologies.

Craig Federighi—who still is Apple's Senior vice president of "Software
Engineering"—is nowhere to be found on the *Apple Leadership*
Federighi replaced Bertrand Serlet—the father of OS X—after the latter left
Apple <http://gizmodo.com/5784786/the-father-of-mac-os-x-is-leaving-apple> back
in March 2011 as "VP for Mac Software Engineering."

On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 3:55 PM, Martin Berggren
<martin.berggren at cs.umu.se>wrote:

> In these cloudy times, maybe Latex as a service is the way to go?
> Martin Berggren
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