Coordination guidelines and forum links for boycott of all SCO products and services by the open source community. [PCLinuxOnline.com]
Full, uncommented text of original 6 March complaint, by plaintiff Caldera Systems, Inc., d/b/a The SCO Group, versus International Business Machines Corp. [SCO]
By Eric Raymond, President Open Source Initiative; Rob Landley, Consultant. Long detailed position paper with history, in response to SCO complaint. Critiques complaint mainly in Unix development context. [OpenSource.org]
Open source leader Eric S. Raymond web page seeking information on how Unix trade secrets were legally nullified in the past.
By John C. Dvorak. Timeline from 1993 to present with many important events shown, useful inline links, small reading list. Information from public sources including SEC filings, press releases, news stories. [Dvorak.org]
Form to send a message of concern to your congressperson, by The Electronic Frontier Foundation, EFF.
Business division managing SCO Unix system intellectual property. Many documents: court filings, complaint excerpts, FAQ, GNU GPL, official letter threatening intellectual property enforcement against all Linux customers.
Treats legal aspects of SCO vs. IBM and Linux case: news, extensive analyses, big story archive, hard to find documents, large amounts of carefully researched information, quote database, well used fora. [Creative Commons License]
Regularly updated summary page with indexed links to all of their SCO vs. IBM and Linux related stories. [ZDNet CNET News.com]
Tries to sort some claims, counterclaims of fact and law, with no negative rhetoric. Focus: legal status of Linux, likelihood SCO will succeed in its efforts; formats: HTML, MS Word. Infrequently Asked Questions too.