* Bill Moran [2003-07-11 09:03:55 -0400]:

> I'm still having trouble understanding the motive behind all this.
> Obviously, SCO can't seriously believe they can gain anything from
> this lawsuit ... Are they nuts and actually think they can win? Is
> there some other motive that no one has yet to discern? Even if
> the "Microsoft Conspiracy" theories are true, what does MS expect
> to gain from such a silly attack, and why would SCO agree to be
> a patsy?
>
> The other thing that irritates me is the fact that US copyright law,
> which is supposed to protect development and encourage it, seems to
> be used to hurt it more often than not.
>
> --
> Bill Moran
> Potential Technologies
> http://www.potentialtech.com


Rumour has it that SCO produce nothing of value and just want to be
bought by IBM.

As it happens, this would make SCO's current shareholders' pockets
rather well lined. I doubt IBM would have any cause to want to own
SCO beyond making the problem go away - so commence the litigation!

I'm quite relaxed and looking forward to seeing the outcome.
(From a safe distance)

Cheers,
Alex Trull

Systems and Network Administrator - Hybyte
https://mail.uk.hybyte.net/~atrull/pgppub.key 0x1DCBCFB7
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