I'm very glad to get so many comments on the blog in only 3 days. I read all the comments carefully and I'm encouraged by every one of you. I will go ahead to update our blogs according to your great suggestions. Below, I list what we will do next:
1. As Basem suggested, I will categorize the hot-fixes into the more specific cat as below:
2. Due to the limitation of current blogs platform, grouping the hot-fix KB articles will be by the title of every post. I hope in the near feature, we can have better categorization. Below is the post schedule:
3. Other Content:
We plan to kick off the schedule and plan from next Monday. Hope it can benefit you more.
Best,CristyI will be very glad to hear your voice:-)
I think this is probably the best thing that MS is going to put up in a blog for a really long time...
Good Plan. May I ask a question though?
Why was timeframe searching removed from KB advanced search? That was the most convenient way to search.
Also I am looking for the 938715 and 945322 articles but they still are not available, how come?
You replied to every other request/question except mine.
1. Does your team also cover Office hotfixes?
2. Does developer tools include .NET Framework hotfixes? I would like to see a list of all/cumulative/superceeding hotfixes for .NET Framework 1.1 SP1 and 1.0 SP3, since they are not receiving further service packs.
3. Do Windows hotfixes also include component hotfixes (such as MSXML, Windows Media etc)?
Hi, Pardon me for not be so considerate, please see my comments below:
No. Currently our team does not handle Office related hotfix and we cannot get the first-hand reference. Therefore we do not list office products in our list;
By the way, our team does not handle security related products (i.e. ISA) either.
Yes, the developer tools include .NET Framework hotfixes.
However, for your request, I will contact related engineer to see if we can provide that list. Pardon me cannot provide a quick response.
Hi Cristy and the rest of the hotfix team,
Thank you for putting this blog together. It's certainly going to be useful!
To the angry angel,
I'm very glad the blog is useful to you. Feel free to let me know what you want to see in the blog. If it is in our scope, we will try our best to follow up and post in the blog. :-)
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