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Wallace Would Like to Amplify His Story
Monday, June 27 2005 @ 08:07 PM EDT

Daniel Wallace has asked the court to let him supplement his info in a filing he entitles a "Motion for Leave to Submit Supplemental Declaration of Plaintiff Daniel Wallace", or freely translated: "Mommy, mommy! Help! I made a mistake fatal to my quest in my prior filings and I need to try to fix it quick."

It seems he wasn't a physicist so much after all as he was kind of involved in computers all his life. Check out the weasel wording of paragraph 2. And lo and behold, he tells us that since 2002, he's been investing in research and development of "computer programs in order to prepare a compact computer operating system for test marketing" of a "command line system" intended "for use with computational physics programs and numerical analysis involving scientific modeling." Right.

He just forgot to mention that until he read on Groklaw he lacked standing. How that refreshed his memory.

And the GPL must be a real danger to the market for such a command-line specialty item, don't ya think? Besides, he says in paragraphs 4 and 7, he reads a lot, so he sees what the GPL is doing to the market. Why, it worries him greatly that Microsoft is being endangered, enough at least that he mentions it. However did Microsoft enter this picture?

He must read Groklaw too, so I won't tell you what I think of his latest burst of creativity [PDF]. If I did, he'd probably ask to file another correction. And then my mom would have to wash out my mouth with soap.


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