With the recent release of Windows Server Technical Preview 4 – I now have a huge amount of material that I need to write about. But before I get to that – there is something else I want to talk about. As well as launching a new Technical Preview – we have updated our documentation site. And the biggest change is this little button:
I have highlighted it in red – but now anyone can make edits and editions to our documentation. Even you! (Don’t worry though – we are reviewing changes before taking them to make sure they are technically accurate).
If you click on this button on any page in our documentation – you will be taken to the associated page on GitHub:
Here you can add information that you think is helpful, or fix any errors that you might find. When you are done, submit a pull request and we will review it.
Also – do not feel like you are limited to tweaking our existing documentation. If there is something that you think should be documented on our official site – but is missing – go for it! You can go straight to our documentation GitHub repository and create new files to submit as proposed new pages:
If you are interested in being involved – key links to be aware of are:
- Hyper-V Documentation: https://msdn.microsoft.com/virtualization/hyperv_on_windows/windows_welcome
- Container Documentation: https://msdn.microsoft.com/virtualization/windowscontainers/containers_welcome
- Virtualization Documentation on GitHub: https://github.com/Microsoft/Virtualization-Documentation/tree/live/virtualization