EOF - Why I Don't Worry about SCO, and Never Did

Lawyers can't shut down Linux now. Too many important people need it.
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hi

news's picture

thanks for this i like it.

Why I was worried

stevetux's picture

I'm not proud of it, and I think it would have been better
not to have worried, but I was worried, because I know that
the U.S. has ten times as many lawyers per capita than
Europe has; I know that the U.S. is a litigious society; and
I was naive about how predominant Linux had become in the
marketplace.

I'm not worried now.

Thanks for the great column, Chris.

Why I was worried

stevetux's picture

I'm not proud of it, and I think it would have been better
not to have worried, but I was worried, because I know that
the U.S. has ten times as many lawyers per capita than
Europe has; I know that the U.S. is a litigious society; and
I was naive about how predominant Linux had become in the
marketplace.

I'm not worried now.

Thanks for the great column, Chris.

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