[ Thanks to Peter N. M.
Hansteen for this link. ]
“Poor Dan Lyons. He thought like a bookmaker and wrote what he
thought was right.
“You see, a few years back, when Caldera was still Caldera, that
company had successfully sued a large corporation and won. Then
Caldera changed its name to SCO and sued another huge corporation.
Dan the bookie thought it was a sure bet, and started cheering them
on. Four years on, the sure bet went south on a technicality. They
did not actually own the code they had accused others of stealing.
At least that’s the way I read his Snowed by SCO article over at