Computerworld.NZ: SCO Picks a Battle with Users Too
Jul 26, 2003, 02:30 (4 Talkback[s])
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"The SCO Group's accusation of copyright infringement against
enterprise Linux users is an indication of the open source
operating system's maturity, a local user says.
"Rob Herries, IT manager at Housing NZ, says it's not the first
operating system to feel some legal heat.
"'When the Windows platform got a lot more mature, there were a
lot of copyright issues too,' Herries says. 'I've been expecting
something like this for a while, because all mature products seem
to go through this these days, rightly or wrongly...'"