Groklaw needs help

PJ and friends at Groklaw are trying to compile a list of books, papers, etc about Unix (Sys V to start) methods and concepts for the SCO vs IBM case.
While I don’t doubt they will together find a lot, I think they might appreciate some bibliograhic organisational and searching suggestions.

Their point is to present evidence that will demonstrate that there couldn’t have been a consistent effort by the owners of the Unix operating system to control public access to methods and concepts in Unix and that, in fact, the methods and concepts have been out there for a long, long time.