Stolen SCO Code in Linux Cannot be Displayed

[Editor’s Note: When you click the Complete Story link
below, be prepared to see a creative use of a ubiquitous Internet
page. Read it carefully, and have a good chuckle. -BKP]

  • “If you can now remember that you released Caldera Linux code
    under the GPL and realize that it now no longer belongs to you but
    instead the Open Source community, click here to read the
    Constitution of the United States of America to see if you can find
    a reason that the GPL is in violation of Article 1, Section 8.
  • “If you are afraid that one day you may accidently release
    source code under the GPL again, click here to learn how to ‘weld
    the hood’ on poorly written code…”


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