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The Latest on Red Hat
Tuesday, October 14 2003 @ 09:54 AM EDT

I'm getting a lot of email asking about Red Hat. In our last episode, we learned that SCO was supposed to file on the 10th its reply to Red Hat's answering brief to SCO's Motion to Dismiss, according to the Stipulation and Order to Extend Time which the judge so ordered on October 6.

I checked the court docket, and there is nothing listed yet on that. I then called the judge's chambers, and they said if SCO filed at, say 4:30 PM on Friday, and Monday was a holiday, there'd be no way the material would be up yet. So, patience. Trust me, though. They won't miss the deadline.

I'll keep you posted. Those of you with Pacer accounts can check also. There is no publicly available web site with information, unlike Utah. The case is #03-CV-772 .


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