Friday's ruling has confirmed SCO's status as a footnote in history, and we should thank the company for doing the computer industry a great service.
On Friday a judge ruled that the company doesn't own the Unix intellectual property. That Novell does own it, and that SCO should pay Novell 95 per cent of all its Unix licensing revenues.
While the first comprises the big win, the second will allow Novell to put SCO out of its misery really fast. Because as of Friday, SCO has more liabilities than it has assets. That should be enough to file for bankruptcy.
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