Sco Vs. Ibm

10 June 2004

This most recent request by SCO makes it clear to me that the company has no viable future and should not be allowed to continue with such ridiculous legal wrangling. They serve no one.

SCO should simply go quietly. The business should fail and somebody else should take over the ownership and licensing of Unix. For those of us who are users of the technology, a ”real” unification of the Unix/Linux standards would be best. There is little value in the fragmentation of so many of the open source distributions.

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