ed at alcpress.com
Wed Mar 12 15:05:21 EST 2003
On Wed, 2003-03-12 at 11:03, Bryan J. Smith wrote:
> First off, SuSE has already spoken out against SCO, stating their
> endeavors do not relect the current viewpoints of UnitedLinux as a
> basically stopped just short of saying they want either SCO out or
> leave. It's clear SCO "struct a nerve" with _everyone_ in the Linux
I think it was wise for SuSE to do that to head off
any guilt by association backlash. Do you think that
LPI should do the same?
> Secondly, if you get past all the endless insults SCO made of Linux in
> brief, they _do_ have a _ligitmate_ complaint against IBM: Project
> The problem is that SCO felt it necessary to make all those factually
> technically _incorrect_ points about Linux, when they should have just
> on the 4-5 that regarded IBM and Project Monterey directly.
You're right. They should have - but they didn't. I don't think
Linux enthusiasts are going to see past the potential threats to
Linux. They're not going to care whether SCO has valid complaints.
Why should they?
Ed Sawicki <ed at alcpress.com>
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