A look at the SCO complaint
Posted Mar 8, 2003 1:17 UTC (Sat) by mmarq
Parent article: A look at the SCO complaint
I wish IBM well in this one!...
But even if IBM gets guilty in some form, the big question is?
Was and still is IBM indespensable for Linux growth and fitness??
The answer only has to be NO.
As a user i personaly thank IBM for any contributition that have maid my life easyer, but i also have to thank all the other individuals and entreprises ( including eventualy SCO/Caldera) because i think none deserves more respect or has more merits than others.
SCO as shown a total lack of consideration for open-source developers, but it also is about to demonstrate that Linux has to stay away, as far as possible, from any possible "to much" corporate influence and control.
" The idea that IBM or HP... are going to save Linux from M$, is bad from any angle you watch... it got to stand up by itself or no one is going to make it run"
I hope that after this ordeal that < It's "directed mutation" on a microscopic level> got just a little more global vision.
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