[svlug] SCO hints at harassing Linus himself

Cameron Palmer palmerc at gfo.seagate.com
Thu May 29 18:22:12 PDT 2003

Demonizing SCO only makes us look bad. It adds validity to the claims
of companies that see Open Source and Linux as a hostile business
unfriendly group.

We will have a better idea how this will play out on or around June 13th
when IBM makes its move. Hopefully IBM will be decisive, as in Checkmate.


 On Thu, 29 May 2003, josh wrote:

> Don Marti wrote:
> >> begin William R Ward quotation of Thu, May 29, 2003 at 04:19:36PM -0700:
> >>
> >>>>Some SCO employees are, I'm sure, in the process of changing jobs
> >>>>right now.  Don't create a blacklist that the targets' future
> >>>>actions don't affect.  Behavior modification works; revenge doesn't.
> >>>
> >>>Please read again: Bryan was suggesting a blacklist of EXECUTIVES not
> >>>employees.  Personally I'm undecided as to whether it's a good idea or
> >>>not, much less a feasible one.
> >>
> > You can't divide a company into people with power and people without.
> Sure you can.  Watch, I'm gonna do it right now:
> "The engineers at SCO had zero power to stop these shenannigans before
> they started because they were almost certainly not consulted on the
> matter.  Further, they likely have very little power to stop them now,
> if there are indeed any lawsuit plans in the works."
> > That insults and dehumanizes everyone you don't call an "executive".
> Maybe so.
> > Everyone has a moral obligation not to participate in an evil
> > organization.
> You'll excuse me if I can't really bring myself to use the word 'evil'
> in association with this.  Stupid, uncalled for, rude, unfounded - these
> are words I can agree with.  Evil?  Oh, come on.
> - josh
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