Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 19th Oct 2009 19:13 UTC, submitted by SReilly
SCO, Caldera, Unixware Darl McBride. It's the guy everybody hates. Well, he is no longer in charge of SCO, the UNIX vendor who relentlessly litigated against Linux vendors: he has been fired as part of the Chapter 11 restructuring plans for the company. Sadly, the litigation does not end with him, as SCO's new leadership has said in a statement they will continue the litigation.
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RE: Judicial System
by Ed W. Cogburn on Tue 20th Oct 2009 07:48 UTC in reply to "Judicial System"
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This is what's wrong with the judicial system in America and elsewhere...

I think you missed the part where all the legal fighting now is happening in SCO's bankruptcy resolution. Notwithstanding SCO's usual claim that they're going to keep on truckin' (they've always said that), the lawsuits they started are dead, this is now the end-game that we're in.

SCO just won't die!

They are a 'dead man walking', all thats left is to figure out how their assets will be divvied up to all the companies they owe... and thats whats happening right now.

Yea, it took a long time, but the final correct outcome is now just around the corner.

See the article for the bankruptcy judge's sarcastic comment about 'Waiting for Godot'. That spoke volumes to me... cue the fat lady, SCO is done and cooked.

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