Ghost_of_TMMI Monday, 09/30/19 05:50:12 PM Re: 4retire post# 35960 Post # of 36005 More FUD and extortion. Do you even comprehend the limitations of the "PVS/SGI Source Code License"? Its is not an open license for all versions of VDK2, end of story. The problem with Dimension is they refuse to accept the fact that the original ISI/DFI was a restricted license for a specific hardware platform, IBM PVS super computers. Dimension is burying itself going down this path. How can litigation (in 2002 or 2013) involving a specific source code license between ISI and DFI in 2000 possibly effect previous licenses between ISI and TMMI formalized in the 1990's for other hardware platforms? TMMI emerged from bankruptcy in 1996 owning these licenses in exchange for millions of dollars paid to ISI. I repeat, TMMI was not interested in using the "PVS/SGI Source Code License" because it did not have expensive and now obsolete IBM PVS super computers. Instead TMMI is using VDK2.1 for Intel computers originally licensed in 1994. Having said this, it was worth TMMI challenging Dimension's claim to the useless "PVS/SGI Source Code License" to stop the brazen interference by Dimension in TMMI business affairs. There never was a legal merger between DFI and DFMI. As of now, the "PVS/SGI Source Code License" is worthless but Dimension is still using it as a thorn in TMMI's side. And now, claims for 4,000,0000,0000 TMMI shares! When will this insane nonsense ever end?