A fresh Wiki Ninja joining...
A new team member...
A discussion amongst experts..
Giving a course....
Learning new stuff...
Trying to explain a technical configuration...
What's the first thing to do, whatever language?
Creating common ground, a language baseline.
The Technet Wiki is no exception to that base principle.
Good articles require a good foundation.
Today's spotlight is on the Wiki glossaries.
Because we can't have enough of them!
I'm glad that the different Wiki Ninjas cross-platform support the same idea.
You don't need to be a FIM or ILM geek (never too late to become one).
Want to get started with
- SQL Azure Database: Glossary of Terms (and lot more of SQL Azure glossaries on the TNWiki)
- PowerPivot Glossary (en-US)
- SQL Server Glossary
- Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) Content Map
- ILM 2007 FP1 / FIM 2010 Synchronization Glossary
- … ?
But still, lots of more work to do.
There is wonderful stuff out there, but we need it ON THE TECHNET WIKI!
So, it's very much worth spending time on a glossary.
I even would like to put it stronger: when you start writing a Wiki article, build a glossary, on the TechNet Wiki.
The Wiki thanks you!
The Security & Identity Ninja.
Premier Field Engineer - Security & Identity at Microsoft
CISSP, CISA, MCT, former-MVP Forefront Identity Manager
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