Do you speak Urdu, Arabic, or French?


CHAD: Regional .NET Developer Advisor is putting together a multilingual project. He will be targeting more language later, but initially he is  targeting English, Urdu, Arabic, and French. The primary languages of MEA. Later on we will be adding support for Turkish and others as well.

All content is available in English and most content is just a few sentences. If you can spare a few minutes and to translate small items from English into one of these languages, please me contact me.

There are some benefits of being part of this community.  You will learn about it very soon after joining this community.  Please note that the community will boost Microsoft to work actively in Pakistan more than before.  I have a chat with CHAD about the idea and will share with you in a day or two.  For any comments or suggestion please use add comments.  Do comment it is better for you!!!!!!!

I am looking forward to a energetic response. 

Jerry

Project Server 2007 Deployment Guides


If you are already testing project server 2007 and going to install it, be aware that there are guidelines available to install project server 2007. Microsoft highly recommends reading these guidelines before installing the server.

http://officebeta.iponet.net/en-us/help/HA101639911033.aspx

These guidelines include Upgrading, Installing project server with or without WSS Version 3 and deployment and planning the deployment flowcharts.

Hope this will help

Regards,

Jerry