ArsTechnica has word that Microsoft has made the voluminous information in the MSDN Library (basically, documentation and sample code for every single Microsoft product, ever) into a wiki. Now, you can edit, add to, and otherwise improve the content there.
Anyone who has ever had to go digging through MSDN Library knows that the info you find isn’t always complete or helpful, and now, Microsoft has paved the way for people to fix that, and make it better where they can. Yay!
What a great example of how a wiki can benefit a company, it’s products, and its users. Oh, and Microsoft? You’d better get working on that Firefox compatibility real quick. 😉