eWeek: SCO Isn't Going Away Anytime Soon
Oct 28, 2005, 19:00 (17 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols)
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"The only person who has written more about SCO than yours truly
is Pamela Jones of Groklaw. So, when PJ--a real, live person by the
way, lest any of you still have doubts--says that SCO is probably
not going to show any long promised proof that Unix code has been
ripped off and used in Linux this Friday, I agree with her.
"Mind you, neither of us, nor much of anyone else outside the
Lindon, Utah town limits, believes that SCO has any such proof, but
that's beside the point. In theory, SCO has to show its 'Allegedly
Misused Material Identified to Date' cards. In practice, I, like
Jones, expect SCO to find some way to delay the matter until, at
least, the next deadline: Dec. 22..."