RE: CommodoreWorld

From: Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud) (
Date: 2004-06-21 08:30:31

Hallo Rainer,

> Yep, but they might want to enter the emulator market and sending out
> cease and desist letters to anyone hosting the ROMs.
> Ah, well. There was a time when SCO owned the Unix rights and 
> didn't care.
> Then "something" changed, they dropped their own Linux 
> distribution and went berzerk...

Very nice example !!! And I'm quite sure SCO will be the looser.

The one and only reason why defend Commodore/Tulip for the moment is that I
spoke with these people. And they made a very good and honest impression.
Maybe you should also know that those three that really want to be friends
with the old C= community, are around thirty years old. 

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