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OSCON Panel: SCO Lawsuit About the Money
Caldera
Linux
Posted by CmdrTaco on Thu Jul 10, '03 03:51 PM
from the well-there's-a-shocker dept.
viewstyle writes "Just when you had heard enough, the ongoing controversy about SCO vs. Linux has popped up over at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON). According to Eweek's story, the panelists agreed that SCO is targeting companies like IBM in an attempt to raise cash. Most importantly: "if a company is not after money, suing is not the way to go.""

 

 
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