This falls into the category of “I wonder why no one ever thought of this before” — it seems to me that since OS X and Linux are both based on Unix (more or less), it would be easier to make OS X software run under Linux than Windows software.
While there is the Wine project to run native Windows binaries on Linux (and other platforms), there’s a new open-source project that’s emerging for running Apple OS X binaries on Linux in a seamless manner.
It is The Darling Project that’s set out to achieve binary compatible support for Apple OS X / Darwin applications on Linux. …
By the way, I think they need a logo. I suggest Tux the penguin hugging a heart with an apple stem coming out of the top. I would suggest Tux hugging an actual apple, but you-know-who would probably sue.