Anne Broache at CNET:
A federal judge criticized Microsoft on Tuesday for what she called “foot-dragging” in regard to the company’s compliance with an antitrust settlement.
At a quarterly status conference about the compliance mandates, U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly echoed the U.S. Department of Justice’s latest concerns that the software giant isn’t moving fast enough to develop technical documentation for use by licensees of the Microsoft Communications Protocol Program.
… the DOJ charges that Microsoft has let unresolved bugs with the technical documentation project–known as Troika–pile up, slowing down its delivery to licensees.
“I want to emphasize that I do expect the backlog to be reduced,” Kollar-Kotelly told the company.
The parties will continue to file monthly status reports and the next meeting with the judge is in May.