Ed Foster notes that purchasers of the dreaded SCO license are not granted the right to modify or even recompile applications covered under that license (which, according to SCO, is all of Linux). In other words, you’re not even allowed to build a custom kernel for your servers once you’ve submitted to SCO’s extortion. The CEO of EV1.net says he wouldn’t buy the license if he had it to do over again. Maybe now SCO can sue him for defamation.