|FROM ||Adam Kosmin
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] referrals needed
Some of you may know that I've been trying to generate financial support
for an upcoming case involving the Windows (No) Refund issue. My lawyer
and I have interviewed a potential plaintiff who has done an outstanding
job documenting his case and I feel very confident that a victory can be
secured if we can manage to finance this claim.
Sadly, despite my many attempts to raise these finances, we have only
received 20% of the $1000 dollar target.
Personally, I don't take defeat well (anyone who knows me can attest to
this fact) and have decided to inject $800 into this fund from my own
pocket if I can't get the gap filled in the next 2 weeks. Perhaps this
isn't the brightest thing I could be doing with my money while being
unemployed but I believe this issue is far too important to cast aside
in order to minimize personal discomfort.
Therefore, I would like to ask everyone on this group if they would
consider contacting me with any referrals of persons involved with a
company who might consider making a financial contribution
into this fund. Of course, these referrals do not have to be limited to
a company but can include anyone or any group that might have something
"Yes, Your Honor. Now, where we are so far, in at least my
line of reasoning, is I want to walk the Court through enough of our
complaint to help the Court understand that IBM clearly did contribute a
lot of the Unix-related information into Linux. We just don't know what
-- Kevin McBride SCO vs. IBM 12/05/03
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