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ES: Porqué la Comisión Europea de hoy Podría Hacer Frente a Una Demanda Legal Por Venderse a Microsoft

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Resumen: Las ofertas de ser vendedor-neutrales para los licitaciones que la Comisión Europea debe predicar no son incluso un principio honrado para la Comisión misma; Jan Wildeboer habla hacia contra este comportamiento inaceptable.

La última posible encarnación de Vista, llamada Vista 7[http://techrights.org/wiki/index.php/Vista_7_Reality_Log], está apenas en las noticias actuales. No hay nada que excita sobre él. La gente no podría nombrar nunca realmente cualquier razón de peso para trasladarse desde Windows XP a Vista 7. Por que todos sabemos, basados en incidentes muy recientes[http://techrights.org/2011/03/15/dirty-tactics-and-aggression/], sobre Vista 7 es que es mucho más probable sea "bricked" (hecho unbootable) por sus actualizaciones que Windows XP.



A principios de esta semana había interés renovado en la manera que Europa maneja su forma de conseguir el software. Hay un montón de sitio para la mejora y ligando al blog de Wildeboer, Roberto Pogson acaba de decir que "Suiza [es] poseída" por Microsoft[http://mrpogson.com/2011/03/29/switzerland-owned-by-m/] (que reutiliza las palabras de Wildeboer). Para refrescarnos:

Una corte ha dictaminado que es ACEPTABLE que el gobierno compre millares de PC con ese otro OS SIN las licitaciones públicas que evitan que compitan los abastecedores de GNU/Linux. Un juez discrepó pero no era bastante para abrir el proceso de licitación. Esto era una migración de XP a Vista 7 así que era mucho trabajo de cualquier manera pero el gobierno no utilizó un proceso que hacía una licitación abierta como es usual.


Escribimos sobre este caso de la mala consecución en Suiza abajo, e.g.:

Microsoft Demandado por su Corrupción en Suiza. La Deuda de Microsoft Analizada.[http://techrights.org/2009/05/24/msft-corruption-in-switzerland/] €¿Se Pueden Demandar al Reino Unido y Hungría Todavía por Excluir el Software Free/Libre?[http://techrights.org/2009/05/25/united-kingdom-hungary-rigging/] €¿3 Nuevas Cuentas de la Violación Anticompetitiva de Microsoft?[http://techrights.org/2009/05/14/antitrust-violations-by-microsoft/] €¿Está Microsoft Infringiendo la ley en Suiza también?[http://techrights.org/2009/05/14/antitrust-violations-by-microsoft/] Cabilderos de las Aplicaciones de Microsoft Atacar la migración de Holanda al Software Free/Libre y a los Profesores surafricanos se les Soborna para Utilizar Windows[http://techrights.org/2009/05/10/lobbyists-bribes-vs-free-sw/] ZDNet/eWeek Arruina Artículo de Peter Judge Atacando Red Hat Cuando Microsoft Comete el Crimen[http://techrights.org/2009/05/25/zdnet-ruins-peter-judge-article/] Semana de Asuntos de Gobierno con Microsoft: Una mirada Retrospectiva, Una Mirada al Futuro[http://techrights.org/2009/05/28/microsoft-government-affairs/] El Pleito contra Microsoft/Suiza Tiene éxito Hasta Ahora, Más Países/Compañías deben Seguir el Ejemplo[http://techrights.org/2009/05/29/lawsuit-against-switzerland-over-ms/] Los últimos Informes Sobre los Tratos con Microsoft que son bloqueados en Suiza, Nueva Zelandia[http://techrights.org/2009/06/01/microsoft-bulk-deals-derailed/] Gobierno Suizo y Computadora Federal Semanal: €¿Por qué la hostilidad hacia software libre?[[http://techrights.org/2009/06/06/federal-computer-weekly-foss-fud/] Suiza y el Reino Unido Bajo Fuego por los Contratos Perpetuos de Microsoft[http://techrights.org/2009/06/17/switzerland-and-uk-backlash/] El Pleito sobre la Corrupción de Microsoft en Suiza se Extiende a la Corte Federal[http://techrights.org/2009/12/12/lawsuit-government-procurement/] Cuando Microsoft-Solamente/Lock-in Se Define Como "Tecnología"[http://techrights.org/2010/07/07/lingual-loophole-for-bad-tender/] De Microsoft Contratos Suizos Ilegales Llevan a la Corte Otra Vez[http://techrights.org/2010/10/10/blocking-competition-queezing-oems/] La Consecución Ilegal de los E.E.U.U. de Microsoft Consigue Ser Congelada después de pleito.[http://techrights.org/2011/01/06/lawsuit-against-government/]

Considerando el estado de este caso, pudo todavía haber sitio para la revocación de los repartos de Microsoft, así que mirando este nuevo informe sobre los planes de Vista 7 en los cuerpos de la UE[http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/223224/eu_bodies_plan_upgrade_to_windows_7_without_public_tender.html], Wildeboer tiene mucho decir:

En una reunión secreta el pasado mes de diciembre, funcionarios de la Comisión acordaron en principio aumentar a más de 36.000 computadoras de escritorio en instituciones europeas a Windows 7 sin llevar a cabo una oferta pública. El movimiento propuesto podía encadenar a la Comisión a Microsoft por los cuatro a cinco años próximos, violando al propio consejo de la Comisión para evitar lock-in de la contratación pública.

Jan Wildeboer del distribuidor Red Hat de Linux dijo el miércoles que él estaba muy decepcionado con la decisión. "El reparto de la Comisión con Microsoft no está consolidando realmente su propio mensaje de evitar lock-in." "Estamos esperanzados que la Comisión practicará lo que predica. En interés de un mercado justo y libre debemos tener ofrecimiento de vendedor-neutral", él dijo en un acontecimiento organizado por los abogados del Código Abierta en Bruselas. Los representantes de la Comisión que atendían al acontecimiento estaban visiblemente incómodos, pero no hicieron ninguna observación respecto.


La Comisión debe ser presionada en esto. Esta situación entera daña la legitimidad de la Comisión y a menos que determine GNU/Linux en mesas de financiación pública, esto seguro validará nuestra observación que está siendo hecha descarrilar por los cabilderos y sus nuevos camaradas designados que SIRVEN SOLO A MICROSOFT[http://techrights.org/2009/11/30/european-croniession-regulators/]. Incluso habrá quizá un pleito legal, que es posible el gobierno suizo sea demandado (nadie es inmune al pleito).

Translation produced by Eduardo Landaveri, the esteemed administrator of the Spanish portal of Techrights.

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