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Jay Lyman
Big Blue Hits SCO with Patent Counterclaim
08/07/03 9:38 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 653 Words

IBM has added to the legal mix in its fight over source code claims by Lindon, Utah-based SCO Group, with...

Rob Enderle
Linux, Microsoft and the 64-Bit Decade
09/22/03 3:35 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1090 Words

If they can strengthen the GPL and overcome the distraction that SCO represents -- and SCO really is just a distraction -- they have a shot at making this a really interesting decade.

Intel vs. AMD

Just as...

Jay Lyman
SCO Mulls Terminating SGI License
10/02/03 10:27 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 702 Words

"The fact of the matter is, SCO is one company," she said. "Even if the suit is dismissed, it does not preclude some other organization from filing suit on this; the GNU Linux GPL has never been challenged."

Clarification, Continued...

Jay Lyman
SCO CEO Defines, Defends Legal Strategy
11/19/03 2:40 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 684 Words

SCO chief executive Darl McBride's explanation and defense of his software company's legal strategy has brought on a flurry of activity...

Staff Writer
State of the (Latest) SCO Controversy
12/08/03 8:34 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1003 Words

On Thursday, company CEO Darl McBride posted the first of what he said would be "a series of letters ... in the months ahead ... examin[ing] the many issues SCO has raised ... over violations of our UNIX intellectual property contract." McBride wrote that Thursday's letter would explain SCO's views on "the key issue of U.S. copyright law versus the GNU GPL ...

Kirk L. Kroeker
SCO Director of Public Relations Blake Stowell Speaks Out
02/27/04 2:02 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1542 Words

But when it comes to brass tacks, Blake Stowell, SCO's director of public relations, believes the company is fighting the good fight, sticking up for its own intellectual property despite the effect this move eventually might have on Linux, the GPL and...

David Halperin
Writing Linux History: Groklaw's Role in the SCO Controversy
03/01/04 6:30 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1011 Words

There's nothing like a good legal battle to whip up passions, and the SCO Group-versus-the-open-source-world dogfight is no exception. Rhetoric runs...

Paul Murphy
Meet Tomorrow's Venture Capitalists
03/04/04 6:30 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1501 Words

Want to know why most business analysts and venture capitalists simply don't get it with respect to Unix ? Take a...

Kirk L. Kroeker
Novell Builds NetWare-SuSE Bridge, Opens iFolders
03/22/04 11:40 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 728 Words

Accelerating its delivery of promised networking capabilities by a year, Novell has announced Novell Open Enterprise Server, a combined NetWare and...

Paul Murphy
Eight IT Textbooks, 4,031 Pages, 17 Mentions of Linux
04/02/04 7:28 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1501 Words

Want to know why most business analysts and venture capitalists simply don't get it with respect to Unix ? Take a...

Rob Enderle
Dispelling Misconceptions About Microsoft
05/24/04 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1436 Words

In looking at the site and what is published, these folks are very pro-IP ownership, which means they probably don't like the GPL much. In fact, it looks as if they are perfectly capable of coming up with a study like this on...

Lisa Stapleton
Tanenbaum Disputes Methods of Controversial Report
05/21/04 10:49 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 984 Words

This program should go to promote true open source projects, not hybrid source projects like the GPL and Linus. The federal government should support a $5 billion budget over ten years to produce a free source code project in partnership with the IT...

Robin S. Hohman
CA Targets Open-Source Development
06/01/04 8:16 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 592 Words

The company has created its own CA Trusted Open Source License (CA-TOSL), not as a rival to the GPL but as a way to protect itself and its customers from SCO-IBM type lawsuits. CA used its annual CA World to showcase its support...

Rob Enderle
Linux vs. Apple: An Uncomfortable Battle
06/07/04 8:10 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1194 Words

Given that the user interfaces could fall under the GPL , a lawsuit strategy will be problematic. We have only to look at SCO to see just how problematic this will become.

Unlike SCO, Apple has a well-funded marketing organization and could...

Phil Albert
Beyond the Buzz: Open Source and Biotech
06/22/04 5:30 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1207 Words

Some believe the GPL is insidious, but it is really a clever device. It allows for open-source software and proprietary software to remain on parallel tracks and compete using different models, giving the former the advantage of lower cost at the input...

Elizabeth Millard
Copyright Fight Breaks Out Over Mambo
09/22/04 11:46 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 679 Words

According to Sakic, this alteration was a copy from another part of the original Frontpage component released under GPL and copyrighted by Miro.

"I was not the original author of the Frontpage component in question," Sakic wrote, "and thus, Brian Connolly does...

Elizabeth Millard
SpamAssassin Switches to Apache License
09/23/04 11:21 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 688 Words

Previously, the software was available under either the GPL or the Perl Artistic License. For 3.0, which was released Wednesday, SpamAssassin has chosen to adopt the Apache License.

The effort to bring SpamAssassin and Apache together has been an ongoing project for...

Jennifer LeClaire
Black Duck Provides Open-Source Legal Tool
10/19/04 9:44 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 559 Words

If it is open source, he said, then companies need to be careful to comply with the required licensing restrictions, particularly with GPL , which mandates that any derivative works, additions or changes are made available as open source.

Instant Feedback

Philip H. Albert
A Vote for Open-Source Voting Machines
11/02/04 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1229 Words

Richard Stallman, president of the Free Software Foundation , started a revolution over printer drivers. According to the official history, he...

Philip H. Albert
Stop 'Forking Around' with Software Labels
11/09/04 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1172 Words

While I was handing out candy on Halloween, a trick-or-treater came to the door dressed as an open-source project. There was...

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