SCO and Linux Adoption: Helping or Hindering?
Apr 22, 2004, 20:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by John Oates, Andrew Donoghue, Graeme Wearden)
The Register: SCO Case Doesn't Slow Linux Take-up
"Threatened legal action from SCO has failed to slow the take-up
of Linux, according to a panel of experts at the Linux Users and
"The Big Linux Debate on the last day of the conference in
London, Olympia brought together eight open source evangelists and
one man from Microsoft..."
ZDNet UK: SCO Legal Fight 'Hampering' Adoption of Linux in
"SCO's legal assault on Linux could seriously affect the take-up
of open-source software by UK government agencies, according to one
of Britain's most tech-savvy MPs, who was attending the Linux User
and Developer Expo 2004 in London
"Richard Allan MP, the Liberal Democrat IT spokesman, warned on
Wednesday that uncertainty over SCO's claim that Linux infringes
its Unix copyrights will deter some public-sector employees from
breaking away from proprietary software..."