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  • Is a hardware vender -- they don't care what OS you run on the thing and happily releases technical information (at one point, Sun was interesting because it was selling Unix cheaply for the day)

    Has no conflicts of interest against its customers -- they've entered into no deals where they've promised to restrict what their customers can do, be it listen to music or attempt to use an ISP other than one of the three for which icons are on the desktop

    Supports the hardware and operating system for any use -- be it commercial, industrial, hobby, research, or education -- and does so without feeling threatened that their customer is trying to compete with them and without feeling as though they're losing control of the customer

    Responds to bug reports promptly and earnestly

    Seeks standards and interopation

    Doesn't sell out to competitors only seeking to eliminate them from the market and canabolize the corpse