Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 2nd Dec 2006 18:35 UTC, submitted by deanlinkous
Legal "A federal judge on Thursday gutted SCO Group's USD 5 billion, Linux-related lawsuit against IBM - renewing debate about the Utah company's future. Concluding a six-week review, US District Judge Dale Kimball upheld federal Magistrate Brooke Wells' June decision to strike down two-thirds of SCO's allegations. The Lindon-based software company contends IBM violated its contract and copyrights when it allegedly leaked SCO-owned Unix code into the freely-distributed Linux operating system.
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RE[3]: 2007 ...
by PLan on Sun 3rd Dec 2006 00:50 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: 2007 ... "
PLan
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2006-01-10

What is it about "passion" that so infuriates the cult (sorry ... anti-SCO side)?

It's probably wrong to pick on a lone troll ...

The "anti-SCO side" had much, much, more than passion, they had an encyclopedic knowledge of Linux and *nix in general (and the smarts to go with it). Just following Groklaw would have given even the dimmest SCO enthusiast more than a hint that they were going to lose the case, although no doubt it wouldn't have convinced you.

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