I'm sure most of the downloads were by reporters looking to write a sensational story.
drachenfyre writes: SCO has announced that they have received a letter of deficiency from NASDAQ as their stock price closed below $1 for 30 consecutive days. The letter was received on April 23rd and SCO waited 4 days before releasing it to the public, which is the maximum period allowed under NASDAQ rules. They'll be trading under a special symbol indicating the pending delisting (SCOXe). The clock is ticking.
OpenCell asks: "Here in Vancouver, cellphone companies are charging ridiculous amounts for basic cellphone plans. I'm wondering if it's possible to run an open/almost free GSM network on a small college campus. Assuming we could find the hardware and get the rights, is there open source software out there to handle most aspects for something like this?"