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    Default Anyone been involved in betas before?

    Hi all,

    The reason I ask the question in the title is that someone may be able to give us some idea of how long after the start of the beta it normally takes before release.

    I would assume that the beta stage (having never been involved with one before)
    would be the point where no new features are added and it is just bugs being ironed out.

    Or maybe i am way off base?

    Cheers
    Stinger

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    Yes, beta is typically when features have been fixed and they are focused on fixing bugs and improving performance. How long a beta lasts depends on the project and how well it goes. Some may be relatively short, while others last several months, and possibly longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loki View Post
    Yes, beta is typically when features have been fixed and they are focused on fixing bugs and improving performance. How long a beta lasts depends on the project and how well it goes. Some may be relatively short, while others last several months, and possibly longer.
    Let's hope that fs2020 is the short version!



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    And there may be more than a single beta, before going to a release candidate.
    Robin
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    Of course still at Alpha stage at the moment, although the beta is expected in the coming weeks

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