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McBride Speaks, In Person And In Print
Caldera
The Courts
Unix
Posted by timothy on Tue Nov 18, '03 09:54 PM
from the other-than-the-suit-how-was-the-parade dept.
Phil Windley writes "Darl McBride gave the keynote at CDXPO this evening and held a press conference afterwards. I've posted my summary of his talk and the press conference on my weblog. In his talk, Darl seemed to be saying "Don't hate me. I'm only doing what I had to do."" On the other hand, in this interesting interview with CRN, McBride comes one whisker from likening Linux users to drug users, renews threats to sue end users, and says "all the big guys" are out to get SCO.

 

 
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