Community Win: the TechNet Guru June article

This community win is an obvious one, but it's still a great example of the collaboration happening every day on TechNet Wiki!

TechNet Guru Contributions - June 2013

 First, you can scroll to the bottom and see that we have 4 pages of Comments.  

  • Revisions: 73
  • Comments: 55

The article itself tells you to edit it (which I'm sure helps result in so many edits):


In addition to adding links to their own articles, people have also been editing the article, clarifying the contest, and making some formatting tweaks.

Thanks to the current 15 people who contributed to this article so far (and June isn't half over):

Thanks again for making this such a fun collaborative environment!

   - Ninja Ed

Comments (11)

  1. Thanks, everyone for reading this! It’s amazing that a little collaboration can benefit the community so much!

  2. Can we add more than1 article? I guess I will publish other articles this week-end.

  3. Naomi N says:

    Sure. Check the SSRS link – Tim Pacl posted about 6 articles so far – this is a great effort. Nobody joined him in that category yet.

    I have an idea for the article from this thread…/ce814008-c6e5-4ee4-b6cd-3a32c9ee0fc7 although I suggested other participants to write it. But if they would not, I'm going to write it up.

  4. sachin says:

    @Ed, I think there is some typo for "TechNet Guru Contributions – June 2013" link. It doesn't seem to work.…/17625.technet-guru-contributions-june-2013.aspx works.

  5. Sachin, I updated the link. Thanks!

  6. Naomi, I agree, you can write it up if no one responds (they usually don't respond because they don't care). You can have a Reference section at the bottom of the Wiki article that lists the forum thread and those who contributed.


  7. Gokan, that's great! Thank you! As Naomi said, there's no limit to submissions.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Welcome back for another analysis of contributions to TechNet Wiki over the last week (Fri-Sat), a day

  9. Anonymous says:

    History of TechNet Guru
    First of all, if you don’t know the history of TechNet Guru, then you

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