SD Times: SCO Sees Vindication in OSDL Validation Plan
Jul 02, 2004, 17:30 (28 Talkback[s])
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"The decision by the Open Source Development Labs to institute a
Linux Developer's Certificate of Origin validates The SCO Group
Inc.'s position that there haven't been strong controls over what
code gets into the open-source operating system, asserted SCO CEO
Darl McBride during an earnings call last month.
"'We believe this unchecked process has allowed SCO code to be
entered into Linux,' McBride said. He called the OSDL decision 'an
admission of errors in the Linux review process.' McBride added
that the Certificate of Origin program does not make the past issue
of alleged intellectual property infringement go away..."