I am not sure whether this was picked up by anyone at GameSpot, but recently an indie developer hit some snags in its attempt to publish a game.
Gamasutra appears to have caught this news first. An indie developer, which started a Steam Greenlight push for its game earlier but which has not concluded, has later obtained a publishing deal with Adult Swim and wants to publish the game without having to go through Steam Greenlight. Steam Greenlight officials cross-referenced their application to publish, and discovered the Steam Greenlight page. Code Avarice was told to follow through with the Steam Greenlight process anyway.
I suppose that Code Avarice would seem like just some small fish compared to other higher-profile indie developers, but I personally am not comfortable with this issue; on one hand, it seems to me like an indie dev is trying to work around procedures that it started and should follow, and on the other, Valve's Steam Greenlight division is putting up a bureaucratic obstacle.
What do you think about this incident (low under the radar as it may be)?