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Novell Wins!


Someone needs to do a “Here’s all the things that came out while Duke Nukem Forever was in development” time-line for this.

SCO logoI’m fairly sure a good portion of my IT career fits in that scope.

Here you go, munchkins. Judge Ted Stewart has ruled for Novell and against SCO. Novell’s claim for declaratory judgment is granted; SCO’s claims for specific performance and breach of the implied covenant of good fair and fair dealings are denied. Also SCO’s motion for judgment as a matter of law or for a new trial: denied. SCO is entitled to waive, at its sole discretion, claims against IBM, Sequent and other SVRX licensees.

CASE CLOSED! Maybe I should say cases closed. The door has slammed shut on the SCO litigation machine. The judge writes in the Memorandum Decision and Order about SCOsource, “Finally, while SCO’s witnesses testified that the copyrights were ‘required’ for SCO to run its SCOsource licensing program, this was not something that SCO ever acquired from Novell.” He totally got it. He noticed Darl McBride admitted that SCO didn’t need the copyrights. It couldn’t be any better if I’d written it myself.

“The Clerk of the Court is directed to close this case forthwith,” Stewart writes in the final judgment. I believe that means SCO v. IBM is essentially over now, unless IBM wishes to pursue its counterclaims.


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