> >     Their job description might list "test new software releases
> >     before putting them into production," and not "join the PHP
> >     QA team."
> "Testing new software releases before putting them into production" is
> pretty much a one sentence description of what 'Quality Assurance' is.

    The main point here is that I think lowering the barrier is
    good and is more likely to produce good end results.

> I don't seem to recall Linux publishing far-reaching announcements about
> -pre versions.  If you walked around the development mailing lists or the
> behind-the-scene web sites, you could hear about it, much like you can with
> PHP today.

    10 announcements for the 2.2.19pre branch:


    The same amount of 2.4-testing


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