Here's a ZDNet opinion column about SCO
which pulls no punches. There's not much new there for LWN readers, but it's nice to see it all together in that forum.
"SCO's System V copyrights do not include rights to any of the code they are discussing: RCU, NUMA, JFS, SMP. RCU is patented by IBM. NUMA is not present in System V, and was independently developed by Sequent, SGI, and IBM (not SCO). SMP in Linux was originally assisted by SCO Caldera, and newer work includes functionality that no SCO product has ever included. IBM authored JFS originally for OS/2, not System V.
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