English Version (SAP Business One Chinese Forum Launched!)
Hello there, greetings from Shanghai, hot and damp summer here. But it won’t bring me down, because I’ve got a good news! This week SDN just launched a new forum – /community [original link is broken]. After /community [original link is broken] and /community [original link is broken] versions of Business One forums, this is the third localized Business One forum worldwide. Many times when I explained SDN community to partners in China, I was always asked “when do we have a Chinese forum?” Now you got it!
First thing first, how to access – Since this Chinese forum belongs to the SAP Business One category, you may first reach the SAP Business One forums overview here: http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/businessone-forums, then you could jump into the newly-launched Chinese forum. If you have no problem posting in English and want more viewers join your threads globally, then I still recommend posting threads in English in SAP Business One Application; to discuss SDK/add-on developing questions, please use SAP Business One SDK.
Or you may go directly to Chinese forum following this link: /community [original link is broken]
Benefits – without doubt, this forum will attract more people who prefer communicating in Chinese and bring more thoughts to our community; Discussions specific to Chinese market/features can perfectly fit in this forum; By answering questions, by writing blogs/wikis, you gain contributor points, which, at the end of day, will earn you gifts, top contributor title or even a SAP Mentor nomination. To find out more details, please read a blog from my colleague Darius – The wonderful world of the SAP Business One Community
What’s Next – more threads! more views! – as a start, we don’t have much traffic for sure. But I hope it will change soon when words are spread out and more people are aware (a good example is the daily-exploding Spanish forum).
From my end, I’m working with Channel Managers/LPE/marketing/educational people in great China region to position this Chinese forum; I’m also encouraging Business One experts from SAP support/PSD organizations to share good stuffs in the forum (including myself).
Meanwhile, I really would appreciate if you, dear Chinese-speaking SDN members, could start using this forum and, more importantly, tell anyone you know working in Business One world about this forum.
Let’s have a powerful start, thank you and happy posting!
Chinese Version (SAP Business One Chinese Forum Launched!)