June was a busy month. You had many questions, boosting the number of posts to only 25 shy of the 10,000 mark and our membership continued to grow to over 16,600. So just what did happen and what is in the pipe:
As you know the first Technical Support forum post sought your feedback on GUI updates to the Tech Support home page - the
goal being to make it easier for you to get the information/assistance
you need quicker. We created
the selected page layout in our QA environment and it was tested it to breaking point. The new home page will be rolled out within days of this post. So thank you once again to everyone who
New Blog & 'Automate This!' Blogger
Qmunity introduced a new blog called "All Things Admin" dedicated to the management,
security, and administration of Microsoft Active Directory (AD). Personally, I'm looking forward to learning more about the management, administration and security of AD, but do respond to Erin Avery's request for topic suggestions.
We also welcomed, UK based, David Mount as a new blogger for the 'Automate This!' blog. His first post, which is also the first in a series of three: 'ITIL - does it really work? Part 1: What is ITIL striving to achieve?' has generated quite a bit of interested and has proven to be the most read blog within the first 24 hours of publication. Stay tuned for part two and three.
Member of the month
June's 'Member of the Month' honor goes to Jon Greaves, easily recognisable by his Joe 90 avatar. Jon has been an active member of the AppManager and Aegis forums and not been shy about coming forward with some really great suggestions or feedback on improving Qmunity or the NetIQ products. You may want to contribute to his AM8 Feature Request post which I know is being intently observed by the product management team (I really must kick them into providing some feedback). Look for Jon in the Top Contributors list and hopfully at the next AppManager User Group (AMUG) meeting in his area.
AppManager User Group (AMUG)
Talking about AMUG do read Travis Greene's post around organizing a live AppManager User Group MeetUp for the Autumn. He is looking for your input on what would be most valuable to you.
As always, your feedback is welcomed and helps to improve your community and any question do not hesitate to ask.
Thank you for using Qmunity.
All the best
Jul 08 2009, 10:36 AM