Windows 8 Technical Documentation in development at Microsoft for US DOJ

While Microsoft is keeping mum on Windows 8, it’s already developing technical documentation for the US antitrust regulators. Robert Muglia is still at the helm of the documentation effort that the redmond company needs to perform per settlement it reached with Department of Justice in 2001. “Appx 500 Microsoft employees and contingent staff are involved […]

While Microsoft is keeping mum on Windows 8, it’s already developing technical documentation for the US antitrust regulators. Robert Muglia is still at the helm of the documentation effort that the redmond company needs to perform per settlement it reached with Department of Justice in 2001. “Appx 500 Microsoft employees and contingent staff are involved in work on the MCPP technical documentation. Given the substantial overlap between the MCPP and the European Work Group Server Protocol Program, all of these individuals' work relates to both programs or is exclusive to the MCPP. Of these, approximately 232 product team engineers and program managers are actively involved in the creation and review of the technical content of documentation, including periodic work on TDI resolution as well as developing new content for next version of Windows Client and Windows Server,” an excerpt from the “Joint Status Report on Microsoft's Compliance With The Final Judgments” available reads.