Friday, 25 July 2008

Inadvertent MSDN Humour

I just came across this whilst looking up the documentation for the WCF <dns> config element on MSDN:

MSDN Humour 

I'm guessing that this is the work of an overzealous link-shortening script. The links actually point to and I wonder how long it will take Microsoft to dehumourise this?


Chris Slemp said...

Nope, just a good old fashioned broken link. Did you know that if you sign in on that page, you can add your own replacement link at the bottom under "Community Content"? And if you tag it as "contentbug", the product teams are watching feeds of updates to the community content as one avenue of QA. You can also send anonymous feedback using the link at the top... Either way, it won't get fixed unless someone reports it :)

Sam said...

They're not broken links: they do work. They just take a more convoluted route to getting to their ultimate destination.

In a mischeivous kind of way I'm inclined not to report it: the content is more interesting as it stands!

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