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Beta testers...

Post by arnetheduck » 2003-02-01 08:58

Alright, the time has come for a few more beta testers, dch++ should be fairly stable by now...
If you're interested, pm me with the mac (hardware) address of the network card in the computer running the hub (which has to be w2k or xp)...you can get it by opening a dos prompt and type "ipconfig /all" but if you don't know that you're probably not the person to run dch++ (it's not very userfriendly...it runs as a service with no gui...), the number usually looks like "00-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx"...

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Post by deftonzs » 2003-02-01 13:01

you've got a pm :)

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Post by arnetheduck » 2003-02-06 06:31

Ok, enough testers for now (those of you that pm:ed me before now and haven't still received a pm will be added as soon as I have time...=)

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Post by Vinnie » 2003-02-12 23:36

Beta Tester...

If you need another beta tester, I wouldn't mind. I am just starting a hub but am a network and systems engineer.

I also am very, very good at writing and producing technical documents and could help write the "how-to" for everyone.

Send me an e-mail at nnhub<AT>hotmail.com.
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Post by Saruman » 2003-05-28 13:15

Hi all, i'm an op on an italian direct connect network (italian crazy cafè), can our network beta test the dcH++? or if we cannot when the final version will be released? we're very interested to it.

byez to all

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DCH++ test...

Post by w2k » 2003-07-06 23:33

my hub wants to try out that dch++

if it cant be a beta tester please be so kind and tell when the "final" release comes... or any version what anyone can download..
that the way i like it...

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Post by OLDoMiNiON » 2003-07-07 09:57

does this mean that DCH++ is well on it's way to a release?

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Post by w2k » 2003-07-07 10:22

OLDoMiNiON wrote:does this mean that DCH++ is well on it's way to a release?


dont know but i'm hoping it.
that the way i like it...

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Post by GargoyleMT » 2003-07-07 19:22

OLDoMiNiON wrote:does this mean that DCH++ is well on it's way to a release?

I'll believe that when I see Arnetheduck say something definitive on the matter. He's the coder, so only his statements matter. ;)

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Post by LoLo » 2004-01-27 01:05

:shock: WoW where do I sign up???? Ive been waiting for this oppertunity since I first began using DC++! I been using Neo Moduis and hate the darn thing. For some odd reason I cant get the Potac (<---bad spelling!) to run on my server. Please let me know if I can be a part of the gang and give the DC__ hub a go! Many Thanks for such a Great proggy Guys!! Aloha, LoLo :)
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Re: Beta Update?

Post by GargoyleMT » 2004-03-11 22:40

blackfox wrote:are we looking at days, months, or years here before us lower lifeforms (non-testers) have access to the hubsoft?


Yes, you are looking at days, months, or years before DCH++ is released.


Do you have any unfinished projects or plans that we could ask you to put a timetable to? :) (I'm just trying to find equivalent situations, since most people can understand if you relate it to themselves.)


Arnetheduck is the only one who can answer that question, and I don't believe he has a timeframe in mind. Probably months, not days or years.

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Post by Foxp » 2004-03-16 19:29

Do you have any unfinished projects or plans that we could ask you to put a timetable to? (I'm just trying to find equivalent situations, since most people can understand if you relate it to themselves.)


Well, yes, as a matter of fact I do this every day at work. We have what's called deadlines. We get a project plan, we assign developers and programmers and set a date of estimated completion. 97% of the time we make that date, the other 3% we are about 4-5 days off (usually due to illness). This is how buisness world tends to work. I have also been a developer for video games (Origin, and Atari) and we have set deadlines there as well, altho those are bit more vague, yet we define within a week, and if that deadline is not met we offer alternative dates and don't miss those.

In relation to hub work or my websites, if I say I will have an effect or change I will always set a timeframe, those may be days (in which case I may be delayed by my child, but no more than 2 days) - weeks (and I will never set weeks more than 8) - months (I always hit a month target date because I assume one more month than I generally need) - I've never set a year target date on any of my projects, never needed to.

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Post by Todi » 2004-03-17 06:28

Foxp, then i would say that the only difference between your projects and dch++ is that you get paid to finish yours on a certain time, or even to work on them. It's a very tiny thing, but it makes all the difference in the world ;)

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Re: (previously Blackfox)

Post by GargoyleMT » 2004-03-18 20:31

Ah, excellent Foxp! I think we understand each other perfectly.

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Post by Fatal » 2004-11-12 22:59

it's been about 19 months since the last round of testing went about...if you need anymore testers...i'd be happy to help

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