Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 23rd Jan 2008 07:02 UTC, submitted by SEJeff
SCO, Caldera, Unixware On April 29, SCO will finally have its day in court, but not exactly in the way the Unix and Linux litigation company had planned. If things had gone the way SCO wanted, it would be facing IBM to see how much money it would get for IBM using Unix code in Linux. Instead of that fantasy coming true, SCO will be trying to hang on to what's left of its assets from Novell.
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RE[4]: Faulty business model
by sbergman27 on Wed 23rd Jan 2008 16:19 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Faulty business model"
sbergman27
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2005-07-24

that's why I feel sad for them.


Well, you can take solace in the fact that there are not many of them. According to Wikipedia (yeah) they had 166 employees in 2005. Subtracting out those notable ones whom we know are well taken care of, but wish could be dealt with more harshly, and assuming that there has been a fair degree of attrition of their work staff over the last 2 or 3 years, the Salvation Army should be well able to cope with the remaining refugees.

Edited 2008-01-23 16:21 UTC

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