Who should represent your language?


It looks like I’m filling in for this week’s Friday International Update, and I think I’d rather let you think about this question instead!

  

Who should represent your language?

Who are the top community members in Turkish, Spanish, Portuguese, Indonesian, Japanese, German, French, and more?

 

Some of them are fairly obvious, but some aren’t. So let us know who you would want to represent your language on TechNet Wiki!

 

You can browse through the language articles here:

English

en-US

Arabic

ar-SA

Chinese – Simplified

zh-CN

Chinese – Traditional

zh-TW

Czech

cs-CZ

Danish

da-DK

Dutch

nl-NL

Finnish

fi-FI

French

fr-FR

Georgian

ka-GE

German

de-DE

Greek

el-GR

Hungarian

hu-HU

Indonesian

id-ID

Italian

it-IT

Japanese

ja-JP

Korean

ko-KR

Norwegian (Bokmål)

nb-NO

Persian (Farsi)

fa-IR

Polish

pl-PL

Portuguese (Brazil)

pt-BR

Portuguese (Portugal)

pt-PT

Romanian

ro-RO

Russian

ru-RU

Sinhala

si-LK

Spanish

es-ES

Swedish

sv-SE

Thai

th-TH

Turkish

tr-TR

Vietnamese

vi-VN

 

Thanks!

   – Ninja Ed

Comments (9)

  1. Tord G. Nordahl says:

    I didn't know you knew Swedish Ed! 🙂 great post!

  2. Ed Price - MSFT says:

    Thanks, Tord! You're our Norwegian Wiki Ninja!

  3. Luigi Bruno says:

    The Wiki localization is growing quickly; we need more Italian contributors.

  4. Ed Price - MSFT says:

    And I nominate Tord to lead Norwegian and Luigi to lead Italian! =^)

    We'll have more transparency around a process we're cooking up for that. Thanks Luigi!

  5. Gokan Ozcifci says:

    I could do Turkish or French Ed ! I let you choose ..( cause we have Serhad for Turkish or Philippe for French ) If one of them won't take a language I will do .. ^^

  6. Ed Price - MSFT says:

    Great, thanks Gokan! We'd certainly want you to lead one (leaning toward Turkish right now) and help support the other.

    And great recommendations of Yagmoth for French and Serhad for Turkish. We were also thinking they are natural leaders! So it's a good validation to see that you agree!

    Thanks!

  7. Naomi N says:

    Nice!

  8. Thanks Naomi! We have an amazing group of international contributors!

  9. hassan sayed issa20014 says:

    Congratulations