The linux source code SCO claims is stolen is finally being shown (to make people pony up the money required by SCO's recently announced ransom scheme I suppose). Bruce Perens shoots down the claims ownership. Elsewhere, the developers of Samba criticize SCO's hypocritical stance on the GPL in general. Apparently Darl McBride, CEO of SCO, has picked up a page from the Microsoft playbook, namely the one in which open source is evil and un-american. This hasn't stopped SCO from taking advantage of the GPL (just as it hasn't stopped Microsoft from doing so).
Let's hope SCO burns up fast.