Linux Journal: A Measured Response to the "SCO Problem"
Sep 17, 2003, 13:00 (24 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Chris DiBona)
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[ Thanks to EvilBob for this link.
"How do we make people lose their incentive to attack free
software and show them it always will cost them more to attack it
than to leave it alone?
"Our protests have fallen on deaf ears. SCO, much to the Free
Software community's dismay, doesn't care about any of the
"Its reputation with us.
The e-mail it receives from us.
Selling a product.
"A perusal of The SCO Group's market filings also shows us that
the company has no real market for its current products. I mean,
does anyone really think that if in some fantasy world where SCO
had the ability to levy a $699/CPU fee we wouldn't switch en masse
to FreeBSD or simply not pay? I can't picture this coming to pass,
so I've been thinking of ways to deter future actions similar to
the one that is now the focus of so much of our attention..."