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NASDAQ Historic Moment
Friday, February 18 2005 @ 11:46 AM EST

Groklaw has been covering the SCO story every single day, since mid-May of 2003, and we have, therefore, a complete history of the saga to date. One conscious goal was to compile a permanent home for all the documents and every detail that mattered for historians to use in the future.

I would be remiss if I did not include this historic moment. And this. And this.

eWeek's Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols has more reactions from Open Source company executives and project leaders in attendance at LinuxWorld. No one expressed surprise at SCO's threatened delisting, although some realistically pointed out that the SCO v. IBM lawsuit continues. Here's my favorite quotation:

Another open-source industry figure added, "Once IBM countersued and brought in patent claims against SCO, you knew it was all over. It's like kicking a pitbull. No matter what else happens, you're going to end up a mess."




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