[linux-elitists] fwd: [SLL] Fighting evil with evil

Tanner Lovelace lovelace@trilug.org
Fri Oct 31 14:06:56 PST 2003

Dan Wilder wrote:
> If we were to all line up, all bazillion of us, and one at a time serve
> their provider notice and have their bandwidth dropped until such time as
> they correct their error, we could have them down for years!  Or at least
> until such time as the clue-by-four connected with Darl McBride's temple, or
> the SEC gets wise to this whole stock scheme and puts them out of business
> for good.... 
> But anyway.  Any Linux kernel contributor has the right to terminate SCO's
> right to distribute same by citing non-compliance with the GPL, and serve
> DMCA notice that they must cease and desist from providing
> therefore-unlicensed software for download.  

Ok, the main flaw I see in this is that you have to specify which
files on their site are infriging.  A quick look at ftp.sco.com
failed to find actual kernel source files.  The only thing I found
was something called "kernel-addon[...].src.rpm".  Does anyone
have a specific url for kernel source files?  I forwarded the message
to my local LUG list and at least one kernel contributor is asking how
one goes about submitting a DMCA takedown notice.

Tanner Lovelace
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