Both Lu Zhao and I on the AD FS product team have been working on a new community-based Wiki page we are calling the AD FS 2.0 Content Map that we want to encourage members of the AD FS 2.0 community to blog about, evangelize and even help us to build on top of our initial list of links. With your help we would like to create a one-stop-shop Wiki page where anyone and everyone interested in AD FS 2.0, from beginner to expert, can find the information they are looking for or at least a relevant jump off point. 🙂
I will be adding many links to the AD FS 2.0 Content Map page across many of the topics I own in the AD FS 2.0 TechNet Library over the next couple of weeks in an effort to empower the community to contribute. The content links you can add to this wiki page are not restricted to only content that resides within microsoft.com. Therefore you can feel free to add links to this page that you feel will help the overall community even if they originated from blog posts, 3rd party sites, or elsewhere on the Internet.
We only ask that you try your best to fit the content links you proivde into one of the following content categories:
That way, we keep some resemblence of structure for those of you out there who like navigating through the page to find content within the context of a specific need you have at the time you land on the page. We can add more categories and subcategories to the page but we want to at least keep this baseline structure in place and with your improvements we hope to compliment it with additional structure.
Well that’s quite a mouthful but we wanted to get the word out on this right away so please do the same and blog about this new Wiki page.
Much obliged, Nick
BTW, please send any feedback you have about this new Wiki page to adfs2wikifeedback