Top 10 Wiki Ninjas – Horizon Net works on ASP.NET and adds the "en-US" tag

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Congrats to Horizon Net, who made tweaks on ASP.NET articles like this one:

ASP.NET MVC: How to Start Unit Testing (en-US)

You can also check out the "en-US" tag results and see the articles that Horizon Net added this tag to:

Horizon Net is also our top German translator. Congrats also to Heslacher, Yottun8 (our top Japanese translator), Fernando (an original Wiki author and a Portugues translator), Ana Paula (another key Portuguese contributor), Fabrizio (who's doing an excellent job with Italian translation), Ed (me), Tord, Luigi (also translating Italian), and Zhongchen! Great job, everyone!


So thanks again to Horizon Net and for the valuable contributions to our community!

   - Ninja Ed (Blog, Twitter, Wiki, Profile)

Comments (10)
  1. Thank you Ed and congratulations to all the contributors in the list.

    Ahem … that's Fabrizio with an I inside 😛

  2. Luigi Bruno says:

    Fabrizio is doing a good job traslating articles into Italian, too.

  3. I always enjoy these little contests tremendously. Good job, horizon!

  4. Fabrizio, I missed your second "i"! Sorry about that!

    I also updated per Luigi's note. Thanks!

  5. Horizon_Net says:

    Thanks Margriet! Great job everyone!

  6. sue says:

    I'm not quite understanding the use of en-us.  It's not a tag in all the places I've seen it, it's in the title of the wiki post.  Some of these wiki posts are reallllllyyyy long and shouldn't the en-us be truly a tag and not the title of the wiki post?

  7. Luigi Bruno says:

    Sue, using the language tags (like "en-US") in the title and in the tags list is a best practice that we recommend to follow when writing articles and translations. Many Wiki pages still do not contain those tags because they've been written when these guidelines were not well established yet.

  8. Sue and Luigi,

    There is a debate about using "(en-US)" in the title of Wiki articles. There are reasons for it and against it. I'm actually tasked to write an article about the issue so that we can bring visibility and clarity around it.

    Regarding the "en-US" tag, we do encourage the use of it. One of the cool things it does is allows you to get a filtered tag result. For example, you could filter on English articles written about SQL Server.


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