First, I don't believe in the authenticity of the original poster. If he was truly concerned about getting caught, then he wouldn't have posted here. Furthermore, it doesn't really matter how many times he posts here. Once is enough for Apple to track his *** down. If he was computer literate he would have known that he could post anonymously, but apparently he doesn't know much about computers.
As for the secret underwater camera, it's a ridiculous idea. Can I see Apple making a camera with HD? Yes. But Apple would enter the camera market by offering a camera for general use first, and only after success with their first camera would they offer cameras for more specialized markets. While it would make sense for Apple to offer a camera that is water resistant, i.e., "weatherproof", this poster is talking about a camera that divers would be able to use. Not gonna happen.
As for "Glove", it's an intriguing idea that I could see Apple implementing with Jaguar's release. My guess is that Apple is going to charge for Jaguar, but as a way to defuse criticism, they will make each copy of 10.2 a license for "unlimited installs". This will help Apple in the educational and enterprise markets.
I think Apple will be careful to couple this strategy to Jaguar, so that if it doesn't work well, Apple isn't required to change it, they merely don't use it for the next OS X update.
Another issue that makes glove more believable is that Apple is having trouble convincing educational institutions to upgrade to OS X. Since students learn about Apple's operating system by using Macs at schools, it is vitally important for Apple to get OS X on as many edu computers as possible. Furthermore, for those institutions that do have OS X, the sooner Jaguar is installed the sooner students get a more favorable impression of OS X. Puma simply isn't fast enough on anything but the latest hardware, and most schools are using hardware thats a few years old.
So where did the original poster get these code names? Maybe he really does know something about what's going on at Apple, but more likely, I think he's just guessing and making up names. He's one for two, not bad, but the names aren't so good.
Lucindia: an ok name, but Apple is going to make cameras for the general population before they focus their efforts on the scuba diving market.
Glove: He states that this is the "Glove strategy". Please, this isn't a strategy, it's a policy. A strategy consists of several aims and/or hardware and software products, all aimed at acheiving some goal. Making all OS X licenses unlimited install is not a strategy itself, but part of a greater strategy, such as one aimed at capturing greater edu market share.
Finally, Apple is doomed. It's been a while since I said so and this post just didn't feel right without alluding to Apple's demise.