SCO tops its own farce; requests Linux 2.7 kernel
The SCO debacle may be slowly winding to a close, but this joke of a lawsuit apparently has a few more one-liners left in its show. According to Groklaw's recent article, SCO is now requesting "all documents concerning IBM's contributions to the Linux 2.7 kernel".
The only problem with that, folks, is that there is no Linux 2.7 kernel. Given that simple fact, it'll be quite interesting to hear how IBM infringed, stole, copied, and otherwise mutilated SCO licensing rights. Just when you thought the slapstick was over, SCO does a bellyflop off the high-dive into a giant cream pie.