As SCO continues with their ridiculous plan to antagonize everyone they can possibly think of, some Linux-geeks have come up with an amusing way to protest. They're putting together a petition of Linux users, and telling SCO to go ahead and sue them. Earlier this week, of course, SCO made a lot of news for sending letters to large Linux-using corporations telling them they're liable for any intellectual property infringement in the copies of Linux they use. The petition states, in response, "I am a Linux user. I feel that SCO's tactics toward an operating system of my choice are unjust, ill founded and bizarre. I am willing to be sued because I am confident that SCO's tactics toward Linux will fail. If I have published my email address as part of this petition it is so SCO representatives can email me and begin the process of serving me a court order." Feel free to sign the petition yourself.
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