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No Business Like SCO Business
Caldera
Posted by michael on Fri Jun 13, '03 04:17 PM
from the like-no-business-I-know dept.
The SCO must go on. Informationweek has a roundup. News.com has some analysis of the legal case. SCO reiterates their threat to revoke IBM's license. Reader hobsonchoice sends a blurb: "Also more from analysts who saw SCO/Linux code comparisons under NDA. Bill Claybrook, of Aberdeen Group Inc., says SCO changed their story to him about whether they had any "direct evidence" that IBM copied any System V code into Linux. Laura Didio of Yankee Group has answered some detailed questions about her code review process. Lastly Fujitsu Siemens have joined in the debate: they don't think SCO's case is going anywhere." One observer of the SCO case has compiled some notes about Caldera's active participation in the IA-64 project. And look on the bright side: if you follow the school of thought that all publicity is good publicity, at least this suit has gotten Linux mentioned in many places where it normally wouldn't be.

 

 
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· Informationweek
· analysis of the legal case
· reiterates their threat to revoke IBM's license
· SCO changed their story
· has answered some detailed questions about her code review process
· Fujitsu Siemens have joined in the debate
· some notes
· IA-64 project
· all publicity is good publicity
· More Caldera stories
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