Well, it has happened: SCO has claimed in a court filing that the GPL is
unenforcable, violates the constitution (yes, really!), etc.
So, those of you that have previously supported SCO's rights now have to
consider how you view SCO.
SCO has benefited from open source software and now attacks the license
under underpins much open source development. SCO attacks the very
license under which SCO has, itself, released code.
Now: those of you who advise clients on installing and maintaining
systems -- can you advse clients to install or continue to use SCO with
a clear conscience?
Can you ...