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SCO News Roundup

Whenever QNC gets out of solitary again, this ought to give him/her/it an aneurysm — real live commies joining OSDL!!! http://www.linuxelectrons.com/article.php/20050110202016140 Where’s Joe McCarthy when you need him? Here are some more IBM patents, which they’ll be happy to let you use in your open…

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SCO News Roundup

In the absence of any word from Judge Kimball, today’s catch is mostly Linux news again, which is fine, since snide anti-SCO comments are always appropriate in relation to any Linux news item. The Itanium thing has come up repeatedly in the last few days,…

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SCO News Roundup

Well, actually a lot of this is Linux news, not SCO news specifically. It seems there’s not as much SCO news as there used to be. I wonder why that might be? If you don’t feel like reading all the news items, in general the…

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SCO News Roundup

Here’s the first media story I’ve seen about today’s Novell filing. So there’s at least one trade press journalist out there who’s been paying attention. http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/65610/novell-backs-up-unix-claims-against-sco.html As mentioned earlier, here’s the PR from a few days ago regarding Ty Mattingly’s new gig http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/041103/35237_1.html I came…

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SCO News Roundup

Here’s what Tarantella, i.e. OldSCO, is up to these days. http://www.nwfusion.com/news/2004/1103tarantella.html They’re partnering with IBM, and focusing on Linux. My one quibble is that the author’s under the misconception that Tarantella is a spinoff of (New)SCO, which is not what really happened. Meanwhile, on comp.unix.sco.misc…

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SCO News Roundup

Ok, not much in the way of current news, but SCO only merits a passing, sarcastic mention in this article about Red Hat http://www.serverwatch.com/eur/article.php/3428501 This is from back in mid-May, but I hadn’t seen it before At that time, Canopy got approval for an expansion….

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SCO News Roundup

The usual selection of news items and other random stuff I came across today, plus plenty of rude anti-SCO comments. Sun’s CEO Jonathan Schwartz speaks out again. There’s the usual anti-Linux FUD, but he’s also quoted in relation to SCO: “We’re confident we don’t have…

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SCO News Roundup

Much of today’s news is not strictly news, more stuff that I came across while looking for news. Darl’s rant in Cannes has already been covered, as has the latest lost-customer story, so I won’t repeat those. Here’s a new article about trusted operating systems,…

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SCO News Roundup

Not a lot of breaking news today, but some fun tidbits popped up. CBR’s latest bit from Darl. This is probably more from the same interview they ran another excerpt from on 10/8. Darl’s disappointed by how SCOSource has been received by the industry. http://www.cbronline.com/article_news.asp?guid=3B8419A4-3F8C-4031-B726-886E61D8F7AD…

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SCO News Roundup

Several of these have been reported already. Here’s the CBR Online article where Darl says the SCO Marketplace program will be like iTunes. It’s sort of like how you sell a movie idea in Hollywood: You say that (for example) your proposal is like Reservoir…

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