Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 1st Nov 2010 23:36 UTC, submitted by poundsmack
Google That is without a single shred of doubt the most awesome headline I ever got to put on OSNews. This headline is so awesome I don't even need to write anything else, because it would just detract from the awesomeness. Cue Johnny Guitar, with a lone wanderer riding his horse towards a Mojave sunset, after just having... Wait, where were we? Right. Yes, Google has sued the US Department of the Interior because its Request for Quotation regarding a messaging solution demanded the use of Microsoft software.
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RE: Hyper-correctness
by lemur2 on Tue 2nd Nov 2010 00:54 UTC in reply to "Hyper-correctness"
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But won't it by definition be true for all time, if that is used a disqualifying complaint against the product being purchased by the US Federal Gov't?

No. In the complaint this fact is used to show that there is no valid reason for specifying BPOS-Federal in particular, and that by the government's own rules other solutions should have been allowed to be proposed, and considered under fair competition.

Edited 2010-11-02 00:55 UTC

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RE[2]: Hyper-correctness
by telns on Tue 2nd Nov 2010 01:05 in reply to "RE: Hyper-correctness"
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Ah, fair enough.

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RE[2]: Hyper-correctness
by tomcat on Thu 4th Nov 2010 20:59 in reply to "RE: Hyper-correctness"
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LMAO! lemur2 p0wn3d by BPOS-Federal.

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