[TUHS] sco v. ibm

Greg 'groggy' Lehey grog at lemis.com
Fri May 23 12:37:22 AEST 2003

On Thursday, 22 May 2003 at  7:54:03 -0400, Norman Wilson wrote:
> I haven't come up to speed yet on SCOIBM Wars (pronounce it as you
> like, but perhaps not in polite company), but even so I know enough
> to ask a question: is anyone in possession of a signed, original,
> genuine, non-electronic copy of the Bill Broderick letter of 23 Jan 2002
> that granted a mostly free license (as long as credit given and Caldera's
> name not used in vain) for 32V, V7, and predecessors?

This is a question I've been asking for some time.  Sadly, nobody has
answered "yes".  See also the message I sent yesterday: SCO have also
maid claims which suggest they don't recognize the statement.

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