Groklaw: SCO to Unix Developers: Never Mind. Come Back. Want a BMW?
Jun 21, 2006, 16:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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"I am a bit speechless. SCO's conference today was to say Unix
developers can make some money if only they'll develop for SCO
again. If they pay you a $1000 then will you at least take a look?
Will you code for them for a BMW? As for SCO's anti-Linux
litigation scorched earth policy... well, it's never mind about all
"I have to ask, though. What happens if you look at their UNIX
code? Does your brain belong to SCO forever more? What if you later
wanted to contribute to GNU/Linux? Oh. I think I get it. It's
really a nefarious plan to reduce the number of Linux developers.
What a concept..."