a lengthy SCO bankruptcy filing.
"It is to me one of the most fascinating document SCO has ever filed. It presents a picture of SCO's business that is very different from what they have presented to the courts. One fascinating thing is that it seems it was possible to get UNIX System V after 1995, despite SCO testimony at trial in SCO v. Novell that after that time period you could only get UNIX by licensing UnixWare.
Forget that you don't think this sales plan will ever happen. It's an opportunity to look at the innards of SCO's business. I went through every page, looking for what new customers, or any updating customers, licensed after 1995. I was curious to see whether UnixWare took off and UNIX drifted down or suddenly stopped after 1995. I had a theory that perhaps SCO didn't want to sell UNIX after that, so as to avoid paying Novell royalties. But what I found instead surprised me greatly.
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