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IBM's counterclaims to SCO

This document goes step-by-step through the counterclaims.
It is a re-rendering of IBM's counterclaims.

For the most part, SCO merely "Denies the allegations of
Paragraph nnn".

http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20040207171137388

IBM will skeletonize SCO, I believe, based on the enumeration
of items in this document.

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Lin�nut wrote:
> This document goes step-by-step through the counterclaims.
> It is a re-rendering of IBM's counterclaims.
>
> For the most part, SCO merely "Denies the allegations of
> Paragraph nnn".

Obviously you cannot read at all. For the most part, it reads "Admits that
.... but denies the remaining allegations of Paragraph nnn".

Linux makes you one-eyed and fuckwitted.

-- 
David Andrew Clayton (DAC) wrote about Kadaitcha Man:

You're a wholly evil fucker. You take the 'I am a bastard' stance, and
extrapolate it out to 'I am an absolute uncaring bastard with the time
and means to make almost anyone suffer.' Whereas other people have some
faint nascent ideal about 'lines that should not be crossed', you barge
through taboo, and straight through 'unthinking prejudice', right into
"knock 'em down and then fuck them over."




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nospam75 (3678)
2/9/2004 1:09:42 PM
Lin�nut wrote:

> This document goes step-by-step through the counterclaims.
> It is a re-rendering of IBM's counterclaims.
> 
> For the most part, SCO merely "Denies the allegations of
> Paragraph nnn".
> 
> http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20040207171137388
> 
> IBM will skeletonize SCO, I believe, based on the enumeration
> of items in this document.
> 

The IBM document is businesslike and devistatingly thorough. Just compare it
to the nonsense the SCO wrote in the original lawsuit.

gtoomey
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nospam258 (239)
2/9/2004 4:35:52 PM
"Lin�nut" <lin�nut@bone.com> wrote in message
news:9-qdnZzMh_UPHbrdRVn-uw@comcast.com...
> This document goes step-by-step through the counterclaims.
> It is a re-rendering of IBM's counterclaims.
>
> For the most part, SCO merely "Denies the allegations of
> Paragraph nnn".
>
> http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20040207171137388
>
> IBM will skeletonize SCO, I believe, based on the enumeration
> of items in this document.

& the skeleton will be dried, crushed and flushed !


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philo (1444)
2/9/2004 11:55:20 PM
On Mon, 09 Feb 2004 06:44:02 -0600, Lin�nut wrote:

> This document goes step-by-step through the counterclaims. It is a
> re-rendering of IBM's counterclaims.
> 
> For the most part, SCO merely "Denies the allegations of Paragraph nnn".

I doubt that SCO cares - not to say that they wouldn't be very happy if
their million to one shot pays off and they own the world.  However, this
whole thing still appears to be a stock pump - a good one since it is
working.  The insiders will/have make/made a fortune, with the only
problem being that of not being so transparent that some future court
takes away their winnings along with associated penalties.

Some others are going to make another fortune in shorting SCO stock
someday.  I wish I knew enough to get in on it.

But I doubt that the SCO insiders actually thought that they could prevail
against the corporation that has practically written the book on legal
defense of the technical industry, not to mention that has also fought the
US Gov twice, once to a draw and once by pounding them into the pavement.
It would be sort of like the National Guard of Haiti deciding that, if it
can just whip the US Army, then they can have all the gold in Fort Knox.

Also, don't forget that IBM can win just by purchasing SCO.

KRF



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krf9718 (20)
2/10/2004 2:15:01 AM
Fearing a spontaneous XP reboot, KRF mumbled this incantation:

> I doubt that SCO cares - not to say that they wouldn't be very happy if
> their million to one shot pays off and they own the world.  However, this
> whole thing still appears to be a stock pump - a good one...
> 
> But I doubt that the SCO insiders actually thought that they could prevail
> against the corporation that has practically written the book on legal
> defense of the technical industry...

They may not have thought that, but neither did they think, apparently, about
the chance that IBM would come right back at them so ferociously.

> Also, don't forget that IBM can win just by purchasing SCO.

They won't do that.  Not at this stage.  It would be a pyrrhic victory.

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iso
2/10/2004 3:38:15 AM
"Kadaitcha Man" <nospam@rainx.cjb.net> wrote in message news:<zq2IOdnoqjT9A79AA755yKrsmydL64Yt@news.virtualmedia.net>...
> Lin�nut wrote:
> > This document goes step-by-step through the counterclaims.
> > It is a re-rendering of IBM's counterclaims.
> >
> > For the most part, SCO merely "Denies the allegations of
> > Paragraph nnn".
> 
> Obviously you cannot read at all. For the most part, it reads "Admits that
> ... but denies the remaining allegations of Paragraph nnn".
> 
> Linux makes you one-eyed and fuckwitted.
> 
Yeah... take it from the world-renowned fuckwitted cyclops.

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2/10/2004 5:10:43 AM
begin  In <pan.2004.02.10.02.15.00.202168@nowhere.com>, on 02/09/2004
   at 08:15 PM, "KRF" <krf@nowhere.com> said:

>Also, don't forget that IBM can win just by purchasing SCO.

No. That would be a loss. IBM is not just fighting SCO, it is fighting
the "deep pocket syndrome", and it must crush SCO in order to scare
off others tempted to commit barratry and vexatious law suits.

-- 
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spamtrap16 (3722)
2/10/2004 2:39:50 PM
KRF wrote:


> 
> Also, don't forget that IBM can win just by purchasing SCO.
> 

side discussion, what is SCO worth?  I mean assets and or intellectual
property.  If sold for scrap value alone, is there any part of the company
that an outsider might actually desire?
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Awn Hover effects ,----[ Quote ] | Awn has lost of cool new hover effects being created so I will demonstrate | them all here including the cpu monitor applet. | | The hover effects demonstrated in this video are: | | * Classic | * Fade | * Spotlight | * Zoom | * Squish | * 3d Turn `---- http://thelinuxmovement.blogspot.com/2007/09/awn-hover-effects.html Related: Avant Window Navigator Effects ,----[ Quote ] | The new advanced and cool effects of the great linux-dock by NJPatel... � `---- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFhWNGtZKrg AWN 3D Turn Icon Effect Vi...

[News] Nokia's Linux Tablet Improved, OpenMoko on the Way, Google's Linux Phone Attracts Devs
OS upgrade leaks for Linux-based tablet ,----[ Quote ] | The hotly anticipated Maemo operating system upgrade for the Nokia N800 | Internet Tablet has leaked. Early reviewers are impressed with the upgrade's | faster performance and Mozilla-based Web browser. `---- http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS7806233999.html OpenMoko prepping to push sales of Linux-based handset ,----[ Quote ] | OpenMoko, a Linux-based open source handset platform developer, is pushing | the development of Linux-based smartphone with its open source handset, the | Neo 1973, which may be available to the mass-market in the second half of | 2008, according to company sources. `---- http://www.digitimes.com/telecom/a20071116PD213.html Envisioning the Android User Experience: Customizable to the Max ,----[ Quote ] | Now that the nitty-gritty details of the SDK are becoming known, developers | are starting to get some sense of what the platform could mean in terms of | the actual products it spawns -- in other words, just what, exactly, Android | phones might look like. `---- http://www.linuxinsider.com/rsstory/60342.html Linux devices everywhere. Open source even. Related: Frankly Speaking: Game-changer ,----[ Quote ] | Will the GooglePhone matter? Last week, Google officially unveiled its | long-rumored mobile phone software. Dubbed “Android,” the Linux-based | software stack is being backed by more than 30 partners, including handset | makers Motorola, Samsung, LG and ...

[News] IBM's GNU/Linux and Standards Chief on a Future with GNU/Linux
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 At the airport + Linux, virtualization, and the cloud ,----[ Quote ] | I’m in DC because I gave some talks this morning about Linux along with our | Red Hat partner. To summarize: | | * Linux is more than ready for business critcal deployments. | * The ability to run Linux on multiple hardware platforms offers great | flexibility to match your IT workloads to the systems you already own | or to systems that are tuned to the applications you will be running. | * Linux and virtualization go together very naturally, wi...

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