Vamshidhar Kommineni

December 11, 2006

MSDN Wiki

Filed under: Microsoft — Vamshi @ 10:23 am

Via Soma’s blog:

MSDN released the RC of a way to add on "Community Content" (essentially a wiki) to official msdn pages. Currently, the articles cannot be edited directly (probably a good thing), but additions/corrections, etc. can be added at the end of the article. I think this is pretty cool and should serve to quickly add examples, correct errors, point users to better pages for more information, etc.

The MSDN Wiki Blog

The MSDN2 site with wiki content enabled
You can tell which pages that allow additions by this little icon on the top bar (with rating, printer friendly version, etc.):

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