Fill in all of the missing pieces and do some consistency checking of published documentation
Find a person in Microsoft (sure you have one or two people working there) that can be targeted at validating all the contradictions held in documentation that you continually post as valid links in later articles. Posting a Ned Pyle video from several years ago as a valid current description surrounding Storage Replica when it directly contradicts current MS documentation is very lazy.
Further to this, while I realise that for the past 30 years MS staff only want to work on the 'latest greatest' release, there used to be a commitment to the technical community that still support your on-premise and cloud services, to provide valid, useful technical documentation.
Now Microsoft allow uneducated and completely incompetent 'contingency moderators' to pollute the already appalling mess of public bloggers who think they know how something works, it is even harder to find useful articles.
Today we find the previously trusted core MS teams failing to properly document new technologies which further undermines the support you used to get from people who are not affiliated with you but who built your empire by maintaining the myriad services you abandoned because they don't bring in further revenue and in IT the term 'Not Supported' has been falsely equated to 'Doesn't work'.
Is the current plan to only allow Ignite attendees, Premier customers, 'Masters' (AKA those with enough money to be of interest to MS) and some internal staff to understand your product suites?