International Community Update – Who's been authoring in Azeri?


Do you ever have those moments, where you're looking through Tomoaki's great list of progress in each language...

Friday with International Community Update – Progress in each language (May 2015)

 

And you look, and say, "Wow. There are now 115 Azeri articles. Well, who's been writing them?"

 

Have you ever had one of those moments?

 

Well today we'll answer that question!

First, what is the Azeri language?

The Azerbaijanis or Azeris are a Turkic ethnic group living mainly in Azerbaijan and Iranian Azerbaijan. Also referred to as "Azerbaijani Turks," they live in a wider area, extending from the Caucasus to the Iranian Plateau. See  Azeri,

 

Now doesn't that make a lot of sense??? If Turkish is the #3 language on TechNet Wiki, then it's great to have the Azeri language supported as well!

 

Here are some of the recent articles...

 

One of our top recent contributors of these articles is :

Rauf has written 12 TechNet Wiki articles! Special thanks go out to Rauf for these contributions!

 

Remember to Wiki while you work! (Or after.)

   - Ninja Ed

 

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Comments (9)

  1. Saeid Hasani says:

    Interesting one! 🙂
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. I believe the first Azeri article was published October, 2013. They have made steady progress ever since.

  3. Neat article! Thanks Ed.

  4. Durval Ramos says:

    Ed, Very interesting… I had no idea that there’s this "connection" with the Turkish people.

    Well, about this articles… I like to see "images" to learn more about… how to work in "Azerbaijan" (only a "tip").

  5. "I believe the first Azeri article was published October, 2013. They have made steady progress ever since." – Richard

    Nice! I didn’t know that. I often wondered what language it was. So now I know! =^)

  6. Durval, you mean like an image of an article example?

    Rauf doesn’t have a profile image. I was hoping to include that.

    Thanks!

  7. Danish Islam says:

    Thanks for sharing.

  8. You’re welcome, Danish! It’s exciting to see this activity!

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