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Six Amazing Linux Months

If one Dog Year equals 10.5 human years, then six Penguin Months equals a generation

November 2003

Red Hat Drops Consumer Linux, Sponsors Community Led Fedora Project - RH announces that users of  its enterprise-level distro will now need to pay for it - HOT STORY
And Another Anniversary Here...of TLDP - Linux Documentation Project celebrates its 10th birthday
LinuxWorld Anniversary Alert: It's Been 5 Years Since MS First Saw OS Software as a Business Threat - 5 years since the leaked internal Microsoft memo re Linux
Novell to Acquire SUSE LINUX - Novell announces its acquisition of SUSE LINUX - HOT STORY
Top 10 Linux/Unix Internet Security Vulnerabilities - the ten most commonly exploited vulnerable services - HOT STORY
Exactly What Kind of a Deal Does SCO Have with Microsoft?- SCO files with SEC to tell the agency about the $50 million investment it just got  - HOT STORY
Microsoft "Clarifies" Virtual PC & Linux "Misunderstanding"- There has been a "misunderstanding," says Microsoft  - HOT STORY
Kernel Breach Averted - thanks to McVoy's BitKeeper config management system
Novell Rolls Out the Ximian Red Carpet
 - Ximian Red Carpet Enterprise 2 becomes available
UserLinux – The Leaning Linux Tower of Babel? - is the UserLinux project doomed to failure?  - HOT STORY
Linux and Supercomputing - 15th annual Supercomputing conference has plenty of Linux in evidence
Desktop Linux Takes Another Stride Forward - Xandros, Inc releases the Xandros Desktop 2.0
IBM & Linux - A Combo That's Making Headlines - LinuxWorld Magazine board member Scott Handy features prominently in a New York Times article about Linux  - HOT STORY
LinuxWorld's Brian Ferguson Makes the Headlines at Forbes -
Forbes Magazine mentions Ferguson's article on SCO in Vol. 1 issue 2
Fast-Emerging Thai Market Favors Linux -  Linux adoption in Thailand is phenomenal, commentator reports
Far Eastern Linux Boost Reported as Upcoming - new group forms to commercially promote the Linux operating system in Japan
Mitch Kapor on the Open Source Applications Foundation...in Japanese - serial entrepreneur Mitch Kapor endorses the open source style of development
OSDL Will Foot Linus' Legal Bill vs SCO Group - OSDL announces that it will underwrite any legals costs Linus Torvalds may incur in the SCO case
Red Hat and SUSE LINUX Go to College - Red Hat launches an educational program, SUSE LINUX follows suit - HOT STORY
Stallman to LinuxWorld: "We Developed a Free-Software Operating System So Users Could Live in Freedom" - Stallman writes Letter to the Editors of LinuxWorld - HOT STORY
"The No. 1 Linux Desktop Play on the Planet" - Sun Hits Chinese Jackpot - McNealy announces mega-deal for the Java Desktop System - HOT STORY
"Powell Cluster" Becomes Army Research Lab's Most Powerful Linux Cluster 
- cluster of 256 Intel Xeon 3.06 GHz processors becomes the army's "most super" supercomputer
Linux Sets New World Performance Record - Oracle Database 10g achieves first TPC-H one-terabyte benchmark on Linux - HOT STORY
* LINUXWORLD EXCLUSIVE * What Would UserLinux Look Like? - Mark R. Hinkle and Bruce Perens discuss what Linux desktop should be - HOT STORY
How to Survive Being Slashdotted - LinnuxWorld's James Turner interviews Slashdot's Rob Malda  - HOT STORY
Mono Will Take a While Longer 
- Novell pushes back the delivery of Mono 1.0
What Does 2004 Hold in Store for Linux? - LinuxWorld Magazine starts collecting predictions  - HOT STORY
Red Hat May Have Difficulty Trademarking "Fedora" Name 
- Cornell University raises question-mark about RH's attempt to trademark "Fedora"
They Have Seen the Future…and It's Linux - Readers' predictions pour in  - HOT STORY
"Some Debian Project Machines Compromised," Admits Debian - some Debian servers are found to have been compromised
"Microsoft is Afraid," Says KDE's Staikos - KDE's core developer and promoter reports on various MS visits to his booth at COMDEX - HOT STORY
Israel Shuns MS, Adopts OpenOffice Instead - Israeli Ministry of Commerce suspends all contracts with Microsoft
OSDL Expert Seeks to Refute SCO's Linux Claims - Prof Eben Moglen raises serious questions about the SCO Group's legal basis for its claims vs GPL
The State of Linux: Review of 2003, Predictions for 2004 - More LinuxWorld readers share their prognostications - HOT STORY
Ballmer Takes On Linux in China - responding to Sun's success there, MS CEO seeks to strengthen Redmond's ties with governments and businesses on mainland China - HOT STORY

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NZheretic 01/05/04 06:46:27 AM EST

Throughout 2003, the SCO Group's so-called evidence and legal theories have fallen into disrepute though the rediscovery of the combination of the terms of the GNU General Public License and the open development process of both the Linux Kernel and even UNIX itself.
The weight of the historical evidence, including the active participation of both old SCO and Caldera executives and employees in the development and promotion of Linux, tips the scales of justice heavily in favor of IBM, RedHat and Linux end users. In fact the weight of evidence effectively chucks SCO legal position off the scales, out the window and over the cliff like a cartoon catapult.

While each new Darl McBrides threat and new David Boies partners legal theory look impressive at first glance, in practice they are about effective as attaching a giant anvil to a biplane to catch a pigeon.

See http://www.tibonia.com/Dmeg1.htm

Bois you snickering legal type hound,
When court time is needed, you're never around!
Those millions you ripped from SCO's legal chest,
Should be there for bungling at which you are best!
So, Stop The Penguin, Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin, Stop The Penguin, Stop That Penguin
Sue them! Mud them! Fud them! Charge them!
Stop That Penguin
You Stowell, start fudding it's worth the chance,
For some will believe by the lies that you plants!
And Kevin, you invent me a legaly-bob,
That catches that Penguin, or I lose my job!
So, Stop The Penguin, Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin,Stop The Penguin, Stop That Penguin
Sue them! Mud them! Fud them!
Charge them!
Stop That Penguin

Wayne 01/05/04 06:43:59 AM EST

SCO-wise, going back one extra month, it's fascinating looking at what's happened since June 9, 2003, since we are now up to January 5, 2004.

1) No company using AIX has taken a license from SCOX

2) Boies and Co. aren't really on contingency (from the SCOX SEC statements)

3) This (http://www.linuxworld.com/story/20911.htm) is the only article I've found that states Ms. DiDio used to work for Novell and knows McBride and Sontag. This is a very significant point, and one that Ms. DiDio should mention whenever she writes about SCOX. That she does not do so, and that her analysis could lead investors to consider SCOX a good buy may not be criminal but it at the very least is careless.


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