PCWorld: Open Source Advocate Blasts SCO
Jun 20, 2003, 14:30 (17 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Robert McMillan)
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"Just days after The SCO Group escalated its legal battle with
IBM over alleged violations of the two companies' Unix source code
contract, open source advocate Eric Raymond has responded, saying
he has evidence that could undermine some of SCO's legal
"Raymond claims to have collected the names of 60 Unix users who
are willing to sign affidavits that disprove SCO's contention that
its Unix System V source code, which forms the basis of IBM's AIX
Unix, contains trade secrets.
"Raymond declines to comment on what he plans to do with his
evidence, citing legal reasons..."