> Offering the ability to interoperate is not the problem. It's inducing
> users to get caught in a proprietary trap that makes it bait.
So when it's a project you're associated with, adding these features is "offering the ability to interoperate." When it's someone else's project, it's "inducing users to get caught in a proprietary trap."
Inducing users to use Windows is much more of a trap than inducing them to use a certain network card, which they can always swap out for a different card. Swapping out network cards is literally a 5 minute process; switching operating systems could take months or years for an individual or organization to fully accomplish.