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:zz: Re: Testers?

I think this is a good idea.

I will see if anyone in my classes would like to
 function as a tester, since they're required to
 learn the system anyhow.

Best, Ted

At 12:09 AM 10/1/98 +1000, you wrote:
>I think I posted about this once before but since there's
>new people around now ...
>Something that'd really help me i s having some people who
>can test new versions.  I'm forever introducing new bugs with
>the coding I do, but not noticing them.  If somebody could go
>through and make/install/test the new versions it'd be a huge
>Testing can be anything from "you play around with it for a
>while" to "you rigorously go through each function" - it doesn't
>have to be a lot!
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