InfoWorld: SCO Users Divided Over GPL
Aug 19, 2003, 22:00 (20 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Robert McMillan)
"While The SCO Group Inc.'s upper management has taken
a dim view of Linux's software license, the GPL (GNU General Public
License), SCO developers here at the company's annual user
conference this week expressed dissatisfaction with SCO's public
disparagement of the software license.
"SCO CEO Darl McBride's opened SCO Forum on Monday with comments
that the GPL was 'about destroying value,' but apparently the
Lindon, Utah company sees some value in GPL-licensed software.
McBride's keynote was followed, just hours later, by a scheduled
presentation entitled 'How to Use the GNU Toolkits,' given by SCO
engineer Kean Johnston..."