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.NET Hobbyist Programmer Staying Confused in a Busy World

I found this somewhat inadvertently.  Things are sparse at the moment, but I see that the forums on the Windows Forms website will be moving the the MSDN site. I wonder if this is the eventual future for Microsoft's newsgroups?  What else may be moving?

A welcome message says is reasonably enough: "Welcome to the Microsoft Forums for Visual Studio 2005 Q & A.  Many of you might recognize some similarity with the Asp.Net Forums. We've taken the 2.0 version of that code base and extended upon it to include Q & A handling, Passport authentication, integration with the VS 2005 Beta 2 Help Viewer and several other features.  What you are viewing now is a preview of the hosted beta web forum solution.

"As a preview Beta, there are still several bugs we are working through.  We appreciate your patience as we work through these."

Moderated forums are a good idea.

Posted on Thursday, March 17, 2005 7:45 PM & Etc. | Back to top

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