Friday with International Community Update – Brazil and Italy

Hello Community, Luciano Lima here today to update you on the latest news in the TechNet Wiki international community from Brazil and Italy.

I’ve been informed that TechNet Wiki continues to grow every month with your contributions. The statistic shows that the TNWIKI currently have 1,803 users, 6,185 articles, 35,821 revisions and 14,769 comments. Currently 20% of the articles are written in Portuguese (pt-BR).

Yuri Diogenes started a new challenge for the Brazilian community, and he called the TNWIKI PT-BR V2 which he wrote in his blog in Portuguese (here).

The new phase on TNWIKI PT-BR V2 is based on the following areas:

I see that the community is engaged with this project, this week we had great contributions from Brazil (pt-BR), with the Jordano Mazzoni (Microsoft MVP) focus in articles related to new technologies and wrote a series of articles of SCOM 2012 RC.


Another great contributor is the Luigi Bruno (Microsoft Community Contributor) who has written several articles and translated into Italian (it-IT). This is another excellent example for the entire international community to follow.

Great work guys!

Big hugs go to the TechNet Wiki community, keep up the contribution, have a great Friday and don’t forget to tweet #TNWIKI and follow us:

@ Wikininjas


Comments (8)

  1. Luigi Bruno says:

    Thanks for featuring me, Luciano. Let's go on!

  2. It´s a pleasure for me to be part of this project, thanks….

  3. Luciano, welcome to the blog!

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