Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 6th Dec 2003 19:42 UTC, submitted by Tom Curtis
SCO, Caldera, Unixware IBM won a tactical victory Friday in a legal battle with SCO Group when a judge ordered SCO to show within 30 days the Linux software to which it believes it has rights and to point out where it believes IBM is infringing.
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re: Archie Steel
by Foo Bar on Sun 7th Dec 2003 22:55 UTC

>>>Frankly, I'm puzzled over your refusal to even consider >>>that they might be involved, just because there's no >>>hard proof. Consider this instead: if you were MS and >>>this is what you wanted to do, wouldn't you do this in >>>such a way as to leave no obvious traces behind?

SCO is a publicly traded company. If MS were involved beyond a licensing agreement, SCO would be required by law to disclose the financial arrangements. Unlike a private company, SCO can't keep those things private. But it hasn't happened. Which means that MS ain't involved. Get it?