Microsoft launches Curah, a Curated Answers website

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  1. I’ve now got mine! And I recommended YOU and yours at my first curated link.

    SEE |

    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

  2. A lot of good it did. The admins suspended it… not my account, mind you, but just that posting. I’ve inquired as to why.

    It’s a new site, though, and so it makes sense that even admins are figuring-out policy and procedure.

    Let’s wait and see what they say.

    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

  3. I mentioned in the post: It is my understanding that the site is currently open to MVPs, MS
    engineers and potential Microsoft Communities and Partners, currently –
    but I may be wrong. Maybe that could be the reason.

  4. Hi Gregg. Our apologies that you had this experience. You are correct on two counts: (a) the Curah! site management team was still working on refining its processes a few weeks ago, and (b) in general, content that looks like “test” or “Hello world” content is being unpublished by the site managers. The missing piece is that feedback was not sent to explain the reason. We invite you to update and republish the content anytime.

    Also, thanks for the feedback about the use of the term “suspended” – we are thinking about ways to refine this experience in the next site update.

    The Curah! site management team

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