|FROM ||Ron Guerin
|SUBJECT ||RE: [hangout] I sense a theme here...
On Tue, 2003-06-24 at 17:40, Inker, Evan wrote:
> SCO originally purchased the licensing or re-sell rights (not copyright or
> intellectual rights) from Novell who had bought Unix from AT&T. Novell has
> already stated that the copyrights to Unix has never been sold and remains
> the property of Novell and/or the Unix Group.
Actually, SCO produced a later document under which Novell transferred
most/all of the copyrights (but not any patents). Novell said the
signature appeared to be valid, though they didn't have a copy in their
I think that was the last word for now.
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