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Looking Back at SCO: What did it All Mean?

“”ORDERED that SCO’s Renewed Motion for Judgment as a Matter of
Law or, in the Alternative, for a New Trial is DENIED.”

“So ends the ruling of District Judge Ted Stewart. And so also,
perhaps, ends the seemingly endless quest of SCO to tax or kill
Linux.

“Given SCO’s well-demonstrated tenacity and unwillingness to
face reality, it may seem unwise to assume we have indeed seen the
end of the road. But, as with the Black Knight in Monty Python and
the Holy Grail, once someone who has lost touch with reality loses
their last limb, it’s easy to just walk away and leave them alone
with their delusions. Presumably, that’s what SCO’s trustee in
bankruptcy will now do, forbidding any funds to be spent pursuing
SCO’s suit against IBM, or anyone else.

“Assuming that’s the case, this isn’t a bad time to ask the
question, “What did it all mean?”

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