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http://catb.org/~esr/nosecrets/ Open source leader Eric S. Raymond web page seeking information on how Unix trade secrets were legally nullified in the past. Demonstrating the nonexistence of Unix trade secrets
You can help stop the SCO attack on IBM and the Linux community. I'm looking for ways that Unix trade secrets may have been legally this suit is groundless. Now I want to know if you have ever had read access to proprietary Unix source code (not just binaries and documentation) under
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