Has Apple abandoned CUPS, the Linux’s world’s widely used open-source printing system? Seems so

Source: The Register

Article note: Michael Sweet (who is responsible for almost all CUPS commits) left Apple and has a fork that is being actively maintained. I wonder if Apple has a plan here. Are they just ignoring the license and keeping their patches in-house? Have they decided printing is not a priority and are just parasiting a hand-me-down for "good enough"?

After only one public Git commit this year, penguinstas think: Fork it, we don't need Cupertino

The official public repository for CUPS, an Apple open-source project widely used for printing on Linux, is all-but dormant since the lead developer left Apple at the end of 2019.…

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