OMG. There is a hearing on all the motions in limine in SCO v. Novell, including SCO's motion in limine to exclude the very mention of IBM or Groklaw in the trial. All the motions in limine will be heard on September 13. Here is the PACER notation:
Filed & Entered: 08/27/2007
Notice of Hearing on Motion
Docket Text: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MOTION re:  Plaintiff's MOTION in Limine to Exclude All Evidence Related to Other Litigation and Commentary Thereon,  MOTION in Limine No. 2 to Preclude SCO from Contesting Licenses Conveying SVRX Rights are "SVRX Licenses",  Plaintiff's MOTION to Strike Exhibits on Novell's Revised Exhibit List Not Previously Disclosed,  MOTION in Limine No. 3 to Preclude SCO from Introducing New Evidence or Argument of SCOsource Revenue,  MOTION in Limine No. 1 to Preclude SCO from Challenging Questions Already Decided as a Matter of Law : (Notice generated by Kim Jones) Motion Hearing set for 9/13/2007 10:00 AM in Room 220 before Judge Dale A. Kimball. (kmj)
This is really getting exciting, don't you think? I hope somebody is planning to attend, so I can faithfully report all the smears against Groklaw. I know. That may even be SCO's hope. But what can I do? It's my job. I'm a journalist. I have to report faithfully everything that happens. But it certainly feels odd.
Joking around. I doubt much will be said, since SCO claims Novell isn't opposed to not mentioning Groklaw. Like they planned to. Puh lease.