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SCO Tells the Court What We Said They'd Say About Red Hat
Tuesday, September 16 2003 @ 12:04 AM EDT

SCO's answer to Red Hat has been filed, and they said just what we predicted, that there is no actual controversy because they never intended to sue Red Hat, ha ha. I still have the collection we started to prove otherwise, and will post it all when I finish with our letter. Meanwhile, feel free to add any urls to stories that might well cause Red Hat to think SCO intended to sue them. It might really help. SCO also raises free speech issues, but it's got a problem there, because a commercial entity has lesser protection.

Here's an email just sent to me, and he has it just right, as far as the case is concerned:

"It should be interesting if this gets far enough to get into questions raised, left unanswered in Nike v. Kasky...

"Seeing as how SCO is claiming free speech.."


A volunteer in the Delaware area has already stepped forward and will try to get us a copy of everything soon. I'll post it as soon as I receive it.

Meanwhile, it's back to work for me. Looks like we'll be ready with everything by tomorrow or Wednesday at the latest.




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