Meanwhile, OSDL is ready to defend against SCO
The Open Source Development Lab (OSDL) continues to stand behind Linux users in spite of the latest of SCO's legal moves. The OSDL Legal Defense Fund, stacked three million dollars high at the moment, is ready to be put to use protecting any Linux user sued by SCO who applies for aid.
Stuart Cohen, CEO of OSDL, told NewsForge by phone earlier today, "We will stand firm against any legal action. That's why we founded the Legal Defense Fund." He noted that OSDL's Legal Defense Fund had "completely shut down SCO's threat of suing a user."
Cohen also said, "Now that they are bringing this topic up again, I am sure it will create a lot more interest and a lot more pledges."
The original goal for the fund was to have ten million dollars in its coffers to defend against attacks by SCO.