The question is, if you think people will actually download the RC in order 
to test it (as opposed to using it) - why won't they join the QA team?

At 17:11 2/5/2001, Sascha Schumann wrote:
> > As I said, I don't think it's a big deal, but I think it will only have
> > slight negative impact, and even slighter positive impact.  I believe that
> > people who are willing to download RC's and test them as such (i.e., send
> > detailed and informative bug reports, or even positive summaries) would
> > join the QA team.  The ones will reach by announcing it on
> > php-general/ are essentially people that will regard them
> > as releases, and are likely to put them on production servers.
>     Well, yeah.  Lots of people in companies actually have
>     test-servers with installations of their software where
>     things can break without affecting any users.  I'm not sure
>     that we reach those users with our current QA process.  But
>     we might be able to do that by planting announcements on
> sites.
>     - Sascha                                     Experience IRCG
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