SCO v. Novell, Day 8, Wednesday, March 17, 2010; McBride, Pisano, Botosan - as text
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"This is the text transcript of day eight of the second SCO v.
Novell trial. The trial began on Monday, March 8, 2010 and ran for
15 days, Monday through Friday, for three weeks, with the Hon. Ted
Stewart presiding. This day, then, is Wednesday, March 17, and the
witnesses that day were Darl McBride, back on the witness stand for
the third day, and then SCO's two experts, Dr. Gary Pisano and then
Dr. Christine Botosan with some very funny math. Here is Groklaw's
eyewitness report from the trial for that day.
"This is the day McBride was confronted with the 8K SCO filed,
telling the SEC, SCO's partners, and the public that SCO didn't
need the copyrights to run its business. To my mind, that was the
single most significant moment of the trial, the day that SCO lost,
"If you'd like to jump directly to the transcript, you certainly
can. And if you'd like to jump to a transcript of any other day of
the trial, here you go:"
- SCO v. Novell Trial, Day 7, Tuesday, March 16, 2010: It's Darl, Darl, Darl - as text(Sep 29, 2010)
- SCO v. Novell, Day 6, Monday, March 15, 2010 - as text(Sep 17, 2010)
- SCO Puts Out a Press Release About Selling UNIX Assets(Sep 17, 2010)
- SCO v. Novell Trial, Day 5, Friday, March 12, 2010 - as text(Sep 16, 2010)