Welcome to our new moderators for Turkish and Russian

In an earlier post, I mentioned two options for providing translated versions of English articles: either creating new articles in a different language or using the Machine Translation Widget built into the Wiki to automatically translate the article on the fly. Machine translation is typically not perfect so anyone can suggest improvements. Theses suggestion will be…


International Update: Farsi, German, Development Portal, and Spanish

Persian/Farsi First, here are some articles that Patris_70 has been adding to TechNet Wiki to help people who read the Farsi/Persian language:   New Articles: ?????? ???? – What is Kerberos? (fa-IR) ????? ????? ?? ?? ????? ????????? ???? ???? ???? ???? ???? – How To hide objects in Active Directory from specific users (fa-IR)…

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International Update: Luciano’s Portuguese Wiki Translation Spree

Luciano translated a lot of the foundational Wiki articles into Portuguese:   Original Article (English) Translated articles to pt-BR (Portuguese) Wiki:  FAQ Wiki:  FAQ (pt-BR) Microsoft  TechNet (en-US) Artigo  WIKI: Microsoft TechNet (pt-BR) MSDN  (en-US) Artigo  Wiki: Microsoft MSDN (pt-BR) Life of a Wiki Article A  vida de um Artigo do Wiki (pt-BR) TechNet Wiki: How…

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Friday with International Community Update – Brazil and Italy

Hello Community, Luciano Lima here today to update you on the latest news in the TechNet Wiki international community from Brazil and Italy. I’ve been informed that TechNet Wiki continues to grow every month with your contributions. The statistic shows that the TNWIKI currently have 1,803 users, 6,185 articles, 35,821 revisions and 14,769 comments. Currently…


International Update – going beyond writing at TNWIKI

Hello folks, Yuri Diogenes here for the Friday International Update and today I want to talk about going beyond writing at TechNet Wiki. What that really means? Recently a great contributor of the TechNet Wiki Brazilian Community sent an email to me with an interesting story about evangelizing others to use the TechNet Wiki Platform….


TNWIKI International Update – some words from Italy and Brazil

Hello community, Yuri Diogenes here and on this International Update we have some words from Italy and Brazil. Without further delay let’s move on to our first guest on this great Friday! Italian Update: Why I love TechNet Wiki by Luigi Bruno I’ve started writing Italian translations of TechNet Wiki articles (some are mine and…


International Community Update – TechED Russia

Hello folks, Yuri Diogenes here – late post this Friday just to give you a quick update from our friend Albina Soboleva that was at TechED Russia couple of weeks ago. Here it goes some words from Albina: I had an amazing time in Russia during TechEd and MVP Open Days events. I had chance…


Friday International Update – More Options

Hi all, Bruno Lewin here for our 3rd installment of news from the TechNet Wiki international community. Today, I’ll cover two related topics: an update on authoring non-English content and some tips on the “Translation Widget” that brings instant translations of wiki pages or even this blog post. I’ll also share a glimpse of the…


Friday with International Community Update #TNWIKI

Hello Community, Luiz Henrique Lima Campos here today to update you on the latest news in the TechNet Wiki international community. First of all I want to make a comment about the meaning of the word “Wiki”. The true meaning of it is to share knowledge and this is what Microsoft TechNet Wiki is all about,…


Follow Friday (#FF) with International Community Update

Hello Community, Yuri Diogenes here and today I want to share with you updates from TechNet Wiki in two perspectives: What are we doing? Initiatives that we are driving to improve our TechNet Wiki International community. How are you doing? Highlight initiatives that you are driving on your local community! We will start with some…