International Update – Hindi’s community update

This is Friday! You know what that means, right? Time for an International Update!

This time we will look at the Hindi community update...

Last month we looked at the Ed Price's blog International Update: Hindi on TechNet Wiki, I will continue from there,

From past couple of months we are seeing a lot of movement in Progress of each languages, and many new articles are coming in Hindi language.

[Kamlesh Kumar](yes it's me) who had posted first article in Hindi language and leading the international Hindi community that is belongs to India and some other countries.


Some of our top contributors:

In last 6 months, the Microsoft TechNet Wiki has a page which groups articles written in Hindi. The articles are either written originally in Hindi or translated from an article in a different language. You can find those by searching on TechNet for <<hi-IN>> tags. So far, 90+ articles has been tagged with <<hi-IN>>.

This list are various contributions to the wiki:

We hope to have more, and to keep these communities alive and growing: the best is yet to come! 😉

Special thanks to all our international bloggers! Happy Wiki-ing!

TN Wiki Ninja

- Ninja Kamlesh


Comments (17)

  1. Great! Thanks for the Hindi update! And thanks to Amjad and Abhishek for helping Kamlesh contribute to the Hindi Microsoft community!

    1. Thanks Ed and all international language contributors 🙂

  2. You’re using the Ninja stick figure with the India flag! That’s awesome!

    1. Thank you Ed, It’s my pleasure and honor to hold Ninja stick with Indian flag 🙂

  3. Great! Kamlesh its a nice initiative. I liked the image you used with Tri-color, we (Ninja) respect. Really awesome. I am looking for my article in the list 🙂

    1. Thank you Gaurav, I wish you and some other Ninja can join us to build a good Hindi community for whole world. Your comment is more energetic for me.

      1. Definitely, Kamlesh, we will do. Its just a matter of few days 🙂

  4. pituach says:

    I will not be surprised to see the hindi language on top statistics. There are lot of WIKI Ninjas authors from India 🙂

    1. Thank you Ronen, such a lovely comment and I am sure some more Wiki Ninja will join us to build a powerful Hindi community.

  5. Good Job Kamlesh Kumar and all others .keep going.

  6. Great going!! Keep it up. Kamlesh can you tell me how to do WIKI translation? I need to know step by step procedures? Can you guide me? I’m interested.

    1. Thank you Prashanth for your appreciation and interest. Please have a look into a very informative Wiki Article, where you get the step by step process. If You have any query please let me know,

      1. Thanks for sharing the link. Have tried the link as well. Will be able to proof read once the below article


  7. Thanks Ed.
    Well done Kamlesh and Abhishek…

    1. Thanks Amjad for your contribution and keep posting a good article in Tech Net Wiki with good quality. 🙂

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