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Six Amazing Linux Months

If one Dog Year equals 10.5 human years, then six Penguin Months equals a generation

September 2003

Australia's Largest Technology Company Embraces Linux and Open Source - Australian telecom giant Telstra makes pro-open-source announcement
Best Ever Linus Torvalds Quote of All Time? - "I didn't get three kids by doing Linux," he claims - HOT STORY
Liu Bo Says HP Will Help Red Flag Linux Conquer Chinese Markets - Red Flag Software's President and CEO speaks out
Linux: 12 Years Old This Month - the community celebrates the twelfth anniversary of the birth of Linux
SCO Plans to Bill 1,000 US Linux Users by October - about 1,000 Linux end users in the US will soon find an invoice from them, says the SCO Group - HOT STORY
Linux and IBM to Help Library of Congress Create Moving Images Collection
- three major universities select Linux
Linux in Taiwan - leading industry analyst  says Linux is the path to a bright new future for Taiwan
'I'm Steve, and I'm a Super-Villain...I don't see why most people don't run Linux' - Flash animation does the rounds of the Net
- HOT STORY
Coekearts Makes it to Prime Time: Official Linux 'Guru' at OracleWorld
- LinuxWorld Magazine international advisory board member Coekearts attends LinuxWorld Conference & Expo
Linux Speeds Design of Improved Audis - cars are being made safer and stronger thanks to Linux, says manufacturer
Powerful Linux OS-Based SGI System to Serve as U.S. Military Computing Prototype - Washington's Naval Research Laboratory pushes the Linux boundaries - HOT STORY
Linux Adoption on the Desktop Accelerated with Around-the-Clock Phone Support - Lindows.com introduces "Always On-Call Support" service
Sun 'Reveals All' vis-a-vis Java Desktop System - at the SunNetwork event in San Francisco, Sun takes the wraps off the Linux-based JDS - HOT STORY
Applause for the Release by Sun of the Java Desktop System - Nigel Morris-Cotterill applauds the release of the JDS - HOT STORY
'Penguinstein?' Tux Stars in IBM Linux Animations - IBM says why it's supporting Linux in an unconventionally light-hearted way - HOT STORY
Groklaw Enters the 'Dear Darl' Game, Replying to McBride's Open Letter  - Groklaw joins the open-letter game - HOT STORY
'Linux Is a Hoax' - Linus Torvalds (Well, Not Quite...) - delicious spoof is published on Slashdot - HOT STORY
Ford Goes Linux - Ford Motor Co says it will stick with Microsoft as its desktop OS, but will most likely migrate in the future to Linux for its server-based apps - HOT STORY

Torvalds and Cox Write Open Letter to the European Parliament's Head Honcho - LInus and Alan write to President of the European Parliament
- HOT STORY
"Time to Combat SCO's FUD More Strategically," Says Analyst - Rob Enderle enjoins the Linux community to start thinking more strategically - HOT STORY
Lindows, Inc Caught in the Cross-Hairs of Microsoft's Legal Rifle - Microsoft's lawyers fire shot across the bows of Lindows, Inc - HOT STORY
Linux Quote of the Week: Ransom Love
- Ransom Love, co-founder of Caldera (now SCO), speaks out - and it ain't flattering - HOT STORY





- HOT STORY
"Time to Combat SCO's FUD More Strategically," Says Analyst - Rob Enderle enjoins the Linux community to start thinking more strategically - HOT STORY
Lindows, Inc Caught in the Cross-Hairs of Microsoft's Legal Rifle - Microsoft's lawyers fire shot across the bows of Lindows, Inc - HOT STORY
Linux Quote of the Week: Ransom Love
- Ransom Love, co-founder of Caldera (now SCO), speaks out - and it ain't flattering - HOT STORY





- HOT STORY
"Time to Combat SCO's FUD More Strategically," Says Analyst - Rob Enderle enjoins the Linux community to start thinking more strategically - HOT STORY
Lindows, Inc Caught in the Cross-Hairs of Microsoft's Legal Rifle - Microsoft's lawyers fire shot across the bows of Lindows, Inc - HOT STORY
Linux Quote of the Week: Ransom Love
- Ransom Love, co-founder of Caldera (now SCO), speaks out - and it ain't flattering - HOT STORY





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NZheretic 01/05/04 06:46:27 AM EST

Throughout 2003, the SCO Group's so-called evidence and legal theories have fallen into disrepute though the rediscovery of the combination of the terms of the GNU General Public License and the open development process of both the Linux Kernel and even UNIX itself.
The weight of the historical evidence, including the active participation of both old SCO and Caldera executives and employees in the development and promotion of Linux, tips the scales of justice heavily in favor of IBM, RedHat and Linux end users. In fact the weight of evidence effectively chucks SCO legal position off the scales, out the window and over the cliff like a cartoon catapult.

While each new Darl McBrides threat and new David Boies partners legal theory look impressive at first glance, in practice they are about effective as attaching a giant anvil to a biplane to catch a pigeon.

See http://www.tibonia.com/Dmeg1.htm

Bois you snickering legal type hound,
When court time is needed, you're never around!
Those millions you ripped from SCO's legal chest,
Should be there for bungling at which you are best!
So, Stop The Penguin, Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin, Stop The Penguin, Stop That Penguin
How?
Sue them! Mud them! Fud them! Charge them!
Stop That Penguin
Now!
You Stowell, start fudding it's worth the chance,
For some will believe by the lies that you plants!
And Kevin, you invent me a legaly-bob,
That catches that Penguin, or I lose my job!
So, Stop The Penguin, Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin, Stop That Penguin
How?
Sue them! Mud them! Fud them!
Charge them!
Stop That Penguin
Now!

Wayne 01/05/04 06:43:59 AM EST

SCO-wise, going back one extra month, it's fascinating looking at what's happened since June 9, 2003, since we are now up to January 5, 2004.

1) No company using AIX has taken a license from SCOX

2) Boies and Co. aren't really on contingency (from the SCOX SEC statements)

3) This (http://www.linuxworld.com/story/20911.htm) is the only article I've found that states Ms. DiDio used to work for Novell and knows McBride and Sontag. This is a very significant point, and one that Ms. DiDio should mention whenever she writes about SCOX. That she does not do so, and that her analysis could lead investors to consider SCOX a good buy may not be criminal but it at the very least is careless.

Wayne

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