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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • This [windley.com] just in from Phil Windley, the former CIO of Utah and longtime player in the Utah tech scene:
    The irony is that SCO is the former Caldera. Caldera is the entity that inherited all of the Novell vs. Microsoft lawsuits from Novell with Noorda's aid and blessing. In fact, that's how they got ahold of SCO. Caldera has made a tidy sum over the years by suing Microsoft. That makes me more than just a little skeptical of Microsoft's motives in licensing code from SCO. This is a little company that has made a living out of suing other companies over IP. SCO vs. Linux is just the latest chapter in an ongoing saga.