[Linux-aus] Extent of sco's complaint - birthday paradox

Greg 'groggy' Lehey grog at lemis.com
Sat Jun 7 10:16:02 UTC 2003

On Saturday,  7 June 2003 at 11:35:40 +0930, David Lloyd wrote:
>> It still seems much more plausible to me that SCO engineers
>> incorporated Linux code into System V than the other way round.
>> Firstly the Linux code is easier to get hold of, and secondly the
>> likelihood that they'd be caught is much smaller.
> Maybe someone with more money than brains could sue SCO for breach
> of the GPL and seek to send ALL of SCO's code to be released under
> the GPL.

That was a hypothesis on my part.  It needs to be proven first.

Oh, wait, this is civil law, isn't it?  Yes, you could be right :-)

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