They don't have people competent enough to do the work
Posted Feb 19, 2004 5:13 UTC (Thu) by bojan
In reply to: They don't have people competent enough to do the work
Parent article: SCO OpenServer Update Pack 2
> view the GPL as unconstitutional
GPL in only unconstitutional if it is not in SCO's best interest on that particular day, for a particular piece of software and such. That is to say, SCO is allowed to take free software (e.g. Samba, bash, gcc) and distribute it under the GPL. In that case GPL is valid. Anyone else is violating the constitution (no less!) by doing the same.
In case you're wondering where all this comes from, it all in the "SCO Copyright Act 2003", as written by Darl, Heise and cohorts ;-)
They are going to have a rude awakening when they find themselves in trouble over GPL violations. I'm getting the feeling IBM had enough of the "AIX is ours" crap from SCO...
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