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SCO fails to mention IBM ruling to Red Hat Judge

No point spreading the bad news
Fri Jul 07 2006, 09:04
ANTI LINUX bad boy SCO seems to be a bit embarrassed about having most of its case against IBM chucked out.

Each 90 days the outfit has to pen a letter to the Judge in charge of a similar case against Red Hat and the latest edition almost fails to mention the fact.

The letter said that Judge Brooke Wells granted in part IBM's motion to limit SCO's claims. It failed to mention that Wells gutted most of SCO's case against Big Blue, nor did it tell the Red Hat judge about the implications.

It seems that SCO is keeping its fingers crossed that the Judge Sue Robinson does not read any newspapers or magazines that might mention the case, or that the Red Hat briefs don't try to explain it to her.

More at Groklaw, here. µ


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