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3-24-2012 @ 3:13PM
I really hope this article gets passed around among the masses; well done, sir.Already I've seen a lot of people with the mentality that the beta is a demo, and not...a beta.
3-24-2012 @ 4:37PM
I think that anyone who doesnt bother to file any bug reports or give any feedback should be removed from the beta, and replaced by someone who wont treat it like a demo.
3-24-2012 @ 6:07PM
I made the unfortunate decision to read some of the forum posts on the sad people who think they should have had instant access to Mists beta because of annual pass. I would say they should read this first but their reading comp is about that of a 6 year old with cotton candy in eye view. Distracted at best.
3-24-2012 @ 11:51PM
Exactly, it's a beta and not a demo. And my comment from yesterday stands. If they would weed out people who are not contributing by testing or reporting then they would be better off. I know stress tests are important too. But too many people believe this to be a beta and it's super annoying. Especially since they won't contribute an ounce to development.
3-26-2012 @ 10:14PM
Agreed, Xanadal and nutzj98. I hope there's a "How to test (and report) bugs" in this Beta Testing 101 series.
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