"Covering SCO is a marathon, not a sprint, so after each big
win, I tend to savor the moment, goofing off and enjoying a rest,
knowing as I do that they never quit and there will be more
awfulness to come.
"I confess I have been cracking myself up this time by reading
old Rob Enderle, Paul Murphy, and Maureen O'Gara articles I had
saved from the early days, each predicting solemnly Linux's doom. I
can't tell you how much *more* fun it is to read them now than when
they first showed up in 2003 and 2004. Remember Why SCO Should Win?
Or O'Gara publishing Dan Wallace's letter supporting SCO's
then-theory that the GPL was unConstitutional? Here's a law
professor's answer to Wallace, by the way, for those who are
"Ah, those were the days, weren't they? It's so pleasurable to
reread all the heady nonsense SCO and its supporters were spewing.
My favorite was Murphy promising to quit if SCO lost. Of course, he
hasn't. He's still at it. Would you like to see his new dire
prediction? He seems to think Elliot Management is a front for
Microsoft or some other player who can buy SUSE and the copyrights,
and then go after Red Hat and you and me.
"Oh goody. Some new FUD. Let's enter, temporarily, then Murphy's
alternate universe, because he forgot one detail. Well. Two.
"First, for those who just must give him hits, here is the
"But here's the part that made me laugh:"