uninet writes "It's clear to any long term observer of the community that this means exactly
one thing: SCO has not been able to succeed in the Linux and dying UNIX
businesses and is now seeking an alternative way to bring in profits. Its no
secret that the company hasn't been doing well for some time, in fact, Open
for Business and others questioned SuSE and Conectiva's alliance with SCO and
TurboLinux (which was recently bought up by a Japanese firm) when UnitedLinux
was formed in May 2002. Read the full commentary at OfB.biz."
March 8, 2003