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SCO vs. Novell Appeal Two Days Away, SCO Asset Sale Last Friday

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Summary: The remaining assets of SCO are being sold (e.g. support for remnant of its customers) and the Novell case will resume shortly

The SCO case is not over just yet. This serves as a cautionary lesson regarding the litigation system ("legal system" sounds too good), which favours persistence and works quite well for lawyers (the longer the process, the more they will be paid).



Since we mentioned Groklaw in the previous post, it seems reasonable to mention its updates regarding SCO bills and SCO's latest sale of business assets (said to have taken place 4 days):

SCO wants to have another auction. The first one was a fizzle, or so they seem to be indicating, even though at the hearing back in August on SCO's desire to hold the first auction, they represented they had bidders lined up already. But no sale.

This isn't just another way to delay until after the January 20th oral argument in SCO's appeal of its loss to Novell, is it? Or avoid the inevitable discussion about defaulting on the Yarro loan, handing over the keys, and turning out the lights once and for all on SCO as we knew it? And what should us normal folks hope for in such a scenario as this?

That we knew The Rest of the Story of what's going on behind the scenes, methinks.


The above gives away the date of January twentieth, which Groklaw is going to aim for and cover:

Synchronize your watches, and if you need to book a flight, now you know the day to arrange for. SCO is listed last for that day, but call the court if you plan to attend to verify closer to the date.


SCO is eternally in bankruptcy, as Groklaw helps show: "SCO has filed its monthly operating reports for October in the bankruptcy farce. Here are the September MORs, if you'd like to compare."

Here is a new press release regarding a book with SCO vs. Novell in it:

Tenth Circuit's The SCO Group, Inc. v. Novell, Inc.; Retirement Group v. Galante and Dowell v. Biosense Webster, Inc., from the California Court of Appeal


It will be interesting to see what AttachMSFT [sic] does regarding this whole case, which has cost Novell a lot of money (Novell really wants UNIX for itself).

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