It is with some trepidation that your editor points out this
article, which might better be titled "Maureen
O'Gara is back." But it is bizarrely different view of the ruling in SCO
v. Novell; it's worth knowing that this kind of thought is out there.
"The court also said Novell couldn't run interference for Linux and
stop SCO from seeking royalty payments for alleged UnixWare and OpenServer
infringement by Linux users under its infamous SCOsource licensing program.
Armed with that decision, it's merely a matter of time before SCO starts
seeking those payments.
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