Here are the three Wiki Ninjas blogs:
Wiki Ninjas - http://blogs.technet.com/b/wikininjas/ - This blog has a daily schedule (moving toward two posts a day) with a different theme for each day, a rotation of 18 blog authors, and has been going strong for nearly 3 years. It even includes a roadmap for adding in new authors. Of all the blogs on TechNet and MSDN, I've never seen a blog with so many different authors and so many comments on each post (when the authors change like that)! In other words, the blog is truly a community!
Wiki Ninjas Announcements - http://blogs.msdn.com/b/wikininjasannouncements/ - We're using this new blog to make shorter and more consistent announcements... TechNet Guru progress and winners, Wiki Ninjas Belts winners, Wiki milestone)s, and more.
You can tell from our success with the Portuguese blog, we hope to have blogs from other languages in the future (it's inevitable, because we have an International Council currently growing communities around 10 languages right now)!
More about the new Wiki Ninjas Announcements blog...
Essentially the blog posts will be short announcements. So, for example. we’ll post the profiles of people who get the Wiki Ninja White Belt. We will also post the winners of the TechNet Guru contest in individual mini blog posts. We will blog about when we feature articles on the Wiki home page. We will also post announcements like when we get regular milestones on total articles, or things like that.
The current authors are:
Peter Geelen - Senior Premiere Field Engineer in Belgium. Member of the TechNet Wiki Community Council and long-time author on Wiki Ninjas blog.
Peter Laker - Member of the TechNet Wiki Community Council, blogger on the Wiki Ninjas blog, owner of the weekly Top Contributors blog posts, leader of the amazing TechNet Guru contest, and the creator of the TechNet Wiki Windows 8 app, the Wiki Crawler Windows Azure Web app, and the TechNet Guru judging app.
Ed Price - Power BI Customer PM; I use community engagement to increase the level of quality in our products and then also to provide a better user experience for our customers by ensuring a stronger community and better user resources
Any thoughts on what kind of short announcements we should post?
- Ninja Ed