SUSE has arrived, filing a "special opposition" [PDF] to SCO's motion to stay the arbitration in Europe. That isn't what SCO called the motion technically, but that is what SCO wants. SUSE says that the Bankruptcy Court has no jurisdiction over SUSE, and for a number of reasons which it outlines, even if it did, the arbitration can't be stayed. SUSE also asks to file a couple of exhibits under seal [PDF], attached to the affidavit of Felix Imendoerffer [PDF], SUSE's corporate legal counsel. So, this motion gets added to the list of those to be argued on November 6. Also, today was the creditors' meeting. Darl McBride showed up to answer questions.