SCO's lawsuit against IBM continues to generate considerable press
coverage. Interested LWN readers will have already read our analysis
of the suit. For those who want
to read more, here are just a few of the articles we've seen in the past
couple of days.
Open for Business says SCO
Needs to Go. "... the company seems to have decided the best
course of action is to do the business equivalent of [a] suicidal person
murdering those around him prior to taking his own life and attempt to take
the GNU/Linux community with it as it goes down the tubes."
Joe Barr at LinuxWorld finds it funny, but not 'ha-ha'
funny. "Having established early on in the complaint that they
apparently know very little about the history of Unix and free software,
SCO continues by trudging into new areas in which to display just how
tenuous a grasp they have on computing in general."
News.com reports: IBM
unfazed by SCO Unix threat. ""We've reviewed our contracts, and
our Unix license is irrevocable and perpetual," Mike Fay, vice president of
communications for IBM's systems group, said in an interview Monday. "We're
completely committed to AIX and will continue to ship it.""
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