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MozillaQuest: Alan Cox, Richard Gooch, and David Weinehall Respond to SCO's Linux-Related Claims

Mar 19, 2003, 23:00 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Today's discussions were separate and conducted by e-mail during the period from about 9 March to 12 March 2003. However, for readability and context purposes, the answers to similar questions asked to Alan Cox, Richard Gooch, and David Weinehall, are placed together below such similar questions. We have done some minor re-arranging in the order of the questions and answers and some minor editing--primarily in order to improve flow, readability and context. Other than that, the comments of Alan Cox, Richard Gooch, and David Weinehall are pretty much the way they made them and pretty much uncensored.

"For the most part, the comments go in last name alphabetical order, Cox, Gooch, and Weinehall. However, in some instances that order has been re-arranged to provide better readability, flow, or context...

"In whatever way they express it, Alan Cox, Richard Gooch, and David Weinehall all refute SCO-Caldera's claims that the Linux kernel is derived from SCO-owned Unix source code..."

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