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In the first in a series of blog posts, I begin to look at the various community initiatives for Visual Studio Team System, the metrics that give an understanding of "community health", and our plans for the next year in these areas.
To read more, see http://blogs.msdn.com/vstsue/pages/community-health-for-visual-studio-team-system-part-1-details.aspx.
Content Lead, Team Edition for Database Professionals and member of the Visual Studio Team System Community Council
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Considering all the links lead to this same page. I'd say our health isn't that great.
I believe that link just links back here... aka: self refering link... ;)
Okay, for the folks that reported my circular link, thanks. Apparently it's a bad idea to name your blog post and the linked article with the same name (despite the fact that MSDN tracks them separately, they both seem to have the same URL which makes it impossible for you folks to see the underlying article).
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