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arungupta
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GlassFish Server 4.0 is under development now and will be released along
with the Java EE 7 platform in Q2 2013. We need your help in testing the
nightly and promoted builds of GlassFish. This provides an opportunity
to significantly influence the quality of GlassFish as well as to
provide early feedback on stability, functionality, and usability
through testing early builds.

The complete list of features and the lightweight process is explained at:

http://glassfish.java.net/fishcat/

Any amount of testing is useful. It can be any where from 1 hr/week to
as much time you can spend. You can test installation, docs, new
functionality, running your existing applications on the latest build,
or any thing else that would make you successful on GlassFish. Bugs
filed by FishCAT participants will be evaluated ahead of other bugs. And
there is a potential to be highlighted on our social media properties.

Test early, test often, and help make your projects successful on
GlassFish Server 4.0.

Your voice is important to us, please make yourself heard.

Thanks,
Arun

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rjdkolb
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Hi Arun

Great to see FishCAT starting up again!

A couple of questions
1) When FishCAT members find suspected 'bug', should they post to the
quality list , or users list ?
2) When a FishCAT member logs a bug, should they post to quality ? This
helps a lot.

Something that helped a lot in FishCAT in the past was GlassFish engineers
asking for help.
Anissa Lam used to ask for console testing and database testing.
The installer is also very hard to test on all platforms.

regards
Richard.

On 20 March 2013 02:12, Arun Gupta wrote:

> GlassFish Server 4.0 is under development now and will be released along
> with the Java EE 7 platform in Q2 2013. We need your help in testing the
> nightly and promoted builds of GlassFish. This provides an opportunity to
> significantly influence the quality of GlassFish as well as to provide
> early feedback on stability, functionality, and usability through testing
> early builds.
>
> The complete list of features and the lightweight process is explained at:
>
> http://glassfish.java.net/**fishcat/
>
> Any amount of testing is useful. It can be any where from 1 hr/week to as
> much time you can spend. You can test installation, docs, new
> functionality, running your existing applications on the latest build, or
> any thing else that would make you successful on GlassFish. Bugs filed by
> FishCAT participants will be evaluated ahead of other bugs. And there is a
> potential to be highlighted on our social media properties.
>
> Test early, test often, and help make your projects successful on
> GlassFish Server 4.0.
>
> Your voice is important to us, please make yourself heard.
>
> Thanks,
> Arun
>
> --
> http://twitter.com/arungupta
> http://blogs.oracle.com/**arungupta
>
>

arungupta
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Hi Richard,

See in line ..

On 3/19/13 9:55 PM, Richard Kolb wrote:
> Hi Arun
>
> Great to see FishCAT starting up again!
>
> A couple of questions
> 1) When FishCAT members find suspected 'bug', should they post to the
> quality list , or users list ?
Either alias would be fine, we'll be watching both.
> 2) When a FishCAT member logs a bug, should they post to quality ?
> This helps a lot.
Ditto.
>
> Something that helped a lot in FishCAT in the past was GlassFish
> engineers asking for help.
> Anissa Lam used to ask for console testing and database testing.
The list of features to be tested is prepared by the engineers only. And
they are standing by to help you debug issues.
> The installer is also very hard to test on all platforms.
Pick the platform of your choice and test it away.

Arun
>
> regards
> Richard.
>
>
>
> On 20 March 2013 02:12, Arun Gupta > wrote:
>
> GlassFish Server 4.0 is under development now and will be released
> along with the Java EE 7 platform in Q2 2013. We need your help in
> testing the nightly and promoted builds of GlassFish. This
> provides an opportunity to significantly influence the quality of
> GlassFish as well as to provide early feedback on stability,
> functionality, and usability through testing early builds.
>
> The complete list of features and the lightweight process is
> explained at:
>
> http://glassfish.java.net/fishcat/
>
> Any amount of testing is useful. It can be any where from 1
> hr/week to as much time you can spend. You can test installation,
> docs, new functionality, running your existing applications on the
> latest build, or any thing else that would make you successful on
> GlassFish. Bugs filed by FishCAT participants will be evaluated
> ahead of other bugs. And there is a potential to be highlighted on
> our social media properties.
>
> Test early, test often, and help make your projects successful on
> GlassFish Server 4.0.
>
> Your voice is important to us, please make yourself heard.
>
> Thanks,
> Arun
>
> --
> http://twitter.com/arungupta
> http://blogs.oracle.com/arungupta
>
>

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