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From hyrum_wright at byu.edu  Sat Dec  6 00:26:20 2003
From: hyrum_wright at byu.edu (Hyrum Wright)
Date: Sat Dec  6 00:26:16 2003
Subject: [uug] Evan and Stuart on Groklaw
Message-ID: <1070695580.26323.0.camel@spock>

Congrats to Evan and Stuart for making it onto Groklaw:

http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20031205161348100

Hyrum
KD7YQK

From emcnabb at cs.byu.edu  Sat Dec  6 09:38:05 2003
From: emcnabb at cs.byu.edu (Evan McNabb)
Date: Sat Dec  6 09:28:57 2003
Subject: [uug] Evan and Stuart on Groklaw
In-Reply-To: <1070695580.26323.0.camel@spock>
References: <1070695580.26323.0.camel@spock>
Message-ID: <20031206163804.GC6289@moccasin.nabbernet.net>

> Congrats to Evan and Stuart for making it onto Groklaw:
> 
> http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20031205161348100

Actually, it was Frank and Elizabeth who did the most work. :-) Going to
the hearing was a lot of fun and I learned quite a bit. In a nutshell, I
feel much better about the case after hearing the IBM lawyers AND the
judge rail on SCO. SCO fumbled around and couldn't make a point or stay
on topic. I actually started feeling bad for SCO for a few minutes,
especially when David Marriott (an IBM lawyer) was speaking. That pity
quickly faded. I guess that's what happens in a hearing when you hire
your brother as a lawyer... :-)

-Evan

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From sjansen at byu.edu  Sat Dec  6 09:36:39 2003
From: sjansen at byu.edu (Stuart Jansen)
Date: Sat Dec  6 09:37:40 2003
Subject: [uug] Evan and Stuart on Groklaw
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References: <1070695580.26323.0.camel@spock>
	<20031206163804.GC6289@moccasin.nabbernet.net>
Message-ID: <1070728599.2022.1.camel@patience>

On Sat, 2003-12-06 at 09:38, Evan McNabb wrote:
> Actually, it was Frank and Elizabeth who did the most work. :-) Going to
> the hearing was a lot of fun and I learned quite a bit. In a nutshell, I
> feel much better about the case after hearing the IBM lawyers AND the
> judge rail on SCO. SCO fumbled around and couldn't make a point or stay
> on topic. I actually started feeling bad for SCO for a few minutes,
> especially when David Marriott (an IBM lawyer) was speaking. That pity
> quickly faded. I guess that's what happens in a hearing when you hire
> your brother as a lawyer... :-)

It still seems unreal. I can't quite believe that I was there yesterday
and SCO did so badly. Props to Frank and Elizabeth (she rocks).

-- 
Stuart Jansen <sjansen@byu.edu, AIM:StuartMJansen>
"[I]ncoherence is one of the luxuries of impotence. Those who cannot, or
will not, take responsibility themselves feel free to snipe at those who
do." - The Economist, 8 Nov 2003, pg. 11

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