On April 9, 2010 McBride purchased the SCO Mobility
from The SCO Group for $100,000.
Imagine paying 100,000 USD in 2010 for something that was proven to be
worth nothing. Even the name "SCO" is so tarnished after what McBride and
his cohorts did that it is worth nothing.
On a related note, I made contact with Doug Michels, one of the founders of
the original Santa Cruz Operations. Doug is a good guy and I worked with
him for years during the heady days of the "Common Desktop Environment".
In 1997 Doug was on the board of Uniforum and insisted that Linus Torvalds
get a lifetime achievement award at the tender age of 28.
On Thu, Feb 11, 2021 at 12:50 PM Tim Keller via WLUG <wlug(a)lists.wlug.org>
We've got a meeting tonight at 7PM!
Location: Our usual Jitsu haunt: https://meet.jit.si/WlugMA
Topic: I think the Itanium thing got beat to death, but we can still talk
Apparently there's still a pa-risc port of linux kicking around? Now I
want to run it as a VM!
Daryl McBride (SCO asshole) just fired for Chapter 13 so we can laugh at
I'm sure there'll be some 3d printer talk, some Pi PICO chatter, plus
I am leery of the allegiances of any politician who refers to their
constituents as "consumers".
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