Given that GOG's big selling point now is DRM-Free(before it was just DRM-free Oldies) and has many times turned down the option to sell Steam keys or even make them available on the site(not to mention they are adding a optional client with "Cross-play" with Steam to help make games that use Steamworks for online play available here without having to remove said feature), It would go without saying that is the case. Honestly at this point in time it would be more then likely the games would be pulled from sale before they get replaced by Steam keys(which I'm sure if enough bitching happens could change, I hope not but you can't control the mob).
Yeah, that's what happened with Bohemia, I think. I guess I wasn't thinking of this specific situation with the Steam keys when I said that, but more in general regarding just how much publishers can dictate.
The least that GG could have done was notified everyone and given them a grace period. Surely they could have gotten the publishers to agree to that. My understanding is that they didn't communicate at all, much less give a grace period.
That's showing no respect for their paying customers at all. It irks me and I'm not even directly affected by this.