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In the second of four blog posts, I continue 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-2-details.aspx.
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