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It's Raining SCO Redacted Documents - Updated
Tuesday, August 23 2005 @ 10:07 PM EDT

All of a sudden, there are SCO redacted documents galore. I haven't had time to read them myself yet, so we'll do it together.

I started reading the David Rodgers deposition while I was busy uploading all the documents, and I'm up to the part where he tells us that Dynix is based on BSD. He also explains what methods and concepts are, and why he feels sure they were not covered by the license the company signed, and he explains what a derivative is as opposed to a modification, and he amplifies his Declaration. I haven't finished reading it, so there may be many more things of interest.

I also saw the SCO proposed 3rd Amended Complaint, as an exhibit, which is all it will ever be, since SCO was denied the right to file it. There are quite a number of documents in support of that failed effort, so just remember as you read them all, it didn't work for SCO. There are a few exhibits I think we already have, but I haven't carefully parsed that all out yet.

And I also saw that there is an IBM answer to some interrogatories in which they detail on what basis they are asking that SCO be ordered to pay them damages. But the overarching feeling I am left with is how many, many documents SCO filed under seal. Just uploading them all and making this list took hours. No wonder Judge Kimball mentioned the poor clerk getting buried.

I'll write about anything interesting in this collection, piece by piece, if I see anything that needs explaining, as we get them transcribed. I will really need your help transcribing, so if you can help, please leave a comment that you will do whatever document you can do, so we don't duplicate. If you are new to transcribing, take a look at earlier documents transcribed by Groklaw, to see our general style on headers. Also, if doing an exhibit, make sure we don't already have it, by checking the IBM Timeline page or the Legal Docs page. Then send me the finished work, and let me know what credit, if any, you'd like. Thank you if you can help.

Update: We've added #497 plus exhibits to the list.

Here's the list, all PDFs. Can you believe it?


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