Friday with International Community Update – Progress in each language (Sept. 2013)

Hello Community!
Today is Friday with International Community Update.

The end of September is as follows:

I couldn't believe my eyes when I checked amount of the en-US articles!!
There was a tremendous work during this one month.
For English, The research that I carried out last month for Brazil has not been performed yet, but probably 1629 increases are new record!

French and Vietnamese increased continuously. Great work!

Swedish (sv-SE) article is the first time in 2 years from last contribution.

There is no second topic this month because I'm so busy recently. Therefore, unfortunately I cannot visit much TechNet Wiki now.

However, please see the above image. Two Japanese articles had been added in September. This means that some Japanese contributors (except me) appeared little by little. I'm very happy!!

This is not in a situation peculiar to Japanese. TechNet Wiki community is still spreading all over the world.


Tomoaki Yoshizawa (yottun8)
TechNet Profile : Tomoaki Yoshizawa
twitter : @yottun8

Comments (8)

  1. Thanks for this article !

    GO French Community, GO ! 🙂

  2. Hello Tomoaki, thanks for the information.

    It's great to see the community developing further worldwide.

    French community is excellent, as well as other communities.

  3. I'm impresse by the new record 1629 articles in a few weeks! Impressive

  4. Gokan, well that's 1629 articles that have had "en-US" added — new or old. I think Maheshkumar and others (I tried some) have helped us get more "en-US" tags on English articles.

  5. French and Spanish jumped up with 36 articles each!

    French passed up Japanese and Italian!

    Spanish is still 89 articles away from Turkish!

    Vietnamese got 17 articles done this month and passed up Norwegian!

    This is exciting! =^)

  6. Those numbers are impressive.

  7. Has anyone noticed the new language in the Wiki in October? Elguc Yusifbeyli has published 7 articles (so far) in Azerbaijani Turkish (I'm told). He used language tag az-AZ. I tried to use Bing Translator to translate from Turkish into English, but it was a mess, so it definitely is different. Articles appear to be on Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, IPSec, and Windows Server. Good stuff. Wish I could read it.

  8. OK, thanks Richard. I'll add next month! Also re-checked another language at that time.

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