"SCO's is a supplemental list, because it filed its original
list in August of 2007, so it has added some new names to the
complete list, Ryan TIbbits, Andrew Nagle, and Erik Hughes. Here's
the original list [PDF]. I don't remember an order saying the
parties could supplement their lists. Novell seems to think that
they can only supplement their exhibits if the court or SCO agree,
so Novell submits a proposed supplemental list of exhibits as
Exhibit C, in case that happens. The rest is the same as back in
August of 2007, when Novell filed its list [PDF].
"Here's Rule 26, which is the rule that governs such lists.
"SCO expects to present its SCOsource announcement and some
Novell memoranda from 1995, the SunSoft and Prentice-Hall (if you
can believe it) letters from 1996, one to Microsoft from 1996,
which I don't remember seeing, "IBM, Linux and You", and "all
declarations the parties have filed in this case and all exhibits
to those declarations."
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