Get your bids in for SCO Unix – they are due by EOB tomorrow.
In case you haven’t seen the post in the backs of trade rags (and stapled to telephone poles on street corners)…
The SCO Group will conduct a sale of substantially all assets associated with its Unix operating system product business. The asset sale will be free and clear of liens and encumberances puruant to Section 363 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Interest parties must submit a bid by close of business, October 5, 2010.
If I recall correctly, this is their third year in bankruptcy and first year without the beloved CEO Darl McBride, who led the campaign to sue their own customers several years ago. This summer, they lost their last shot at their Linux litigation. So now, put it a fork in them already. They are done.