The Inquirer: CA's Barrenechea Lambasts SCO, IBM
Jul 27, 2004, 19:45 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Fernando Cassia)
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"INQ: Are you aware that, given some of CA's
past moves before your arrival at the company (moves that some
might consider pro-Microsoft) that Computer Associates has a lot of
work ahead to win the 'trust' of the Open Source community?. One
has to think about recent experiences, with SCO for instance, which
at one point embraced and promoted open source, and then turned
against it... what are your thoughts on that?
"M.B.: SCO is on the wrong side of the debate.
I know it, the industry knows it. And, when you have more lawyers
than programmers, you have to question your corporate mission. Open
source is here to stay. We are supporting a variety of efforts from
Plone to Zope, from Ingres to Ape. But at the end of the day,
success is measured by our customers..."