In my morning scan, I came across a post on Groklaw presenting the news that the SCO Group had lost again. Yes, Novell still owns the UNIX copyrights. If you'll remember, I posted on an earlier phase of this case (see Novell wins again - the SCO Group didn't own UNIX copyrights.) I suspect this is the final end of the story of the SCO Group taking on Linux. It is not yet the end of the story of the SCO Group, however. Those who paid the SCO Group royalties, license fees and the like may exercise their legal options. Counter suits brought by IBM and others may still have their day(s) in court too.
My thanks go out to the folks of Groklaw for helping us all understand the moves and counter moves in this strange story.