Wednesday, November 02, 2005

SCO comes clean, at long last. Judges remain doubtful.

SCO have finally provided a list of "infringements" by IBM and Sequent, formerly a systems supplier of highly-available Unix-systems, subsequently purchased by IBM.

Notably, SCO have again widened their scope from actual code "lifted" to "concepts communicated".

Not entirely surprised,

yours truly.


At Mon Aug 13, 05:35:00 pm CEST, Blogger Duckiputz said...



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