[linux-elitists] Reading about the SCO stupidity on Slashdot..
Karsten M. Self
Thu Mar 6 23:45:43 PST 2003
on Thu, Mar 06, 2003 at 09:23:31PM -0800, Aaron Lehmann (email@example.com) wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 06, 2003 at 07:51:23PM -0800, Alan DuBoff wrote:
> > Don't look now but they've chosen to pick on the big boys...
> Linux's rapid maturity--for example, growing up to work on large
> multiprocessor servers--is evidence of the presence of Unix
> intellectual property, the SCO suit said. "It is not possible for
> Linux to rapidly reach Unix performance standards for complete
> enterprise functionality without the misappropriation of Unix code,
> methods or concepts to achieve such performance, and coordination by a
> larger developer, such as IBM," the suit said.
> So, with SCO dying and all, I wonder who should pick up the Unix
> trademark. I hope someone buys it and makes an old-school server
> GNU/Linux distribution called Lunix.
The Unix trademark was transferred to The Open Group some time back
(early/mid 1990s). The SCO Group (aka Caldera) doesn't hold it.
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