August 21, 2003
And some other people after your money...

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.

Posted by Claus at August 21, 2003 02:54 AM | TrackBack (0)
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