Beta-tester: Job Description
As most of you know, we try to test new features before they are introduced into SoccerProject, a simple example is the ‘fixtures’-link I added to the quickmenu yesterday. Therefor we have a team of beta-testers which help us a lot. Not only by trying out new features, but also for testing SoccerProject translations before they are released. Although it’s been a while since there was some real action (since the first introduction of the new layout, which was discussed heavily), I try to keep our beta-testing team alive so that’s what I’ve been doing the last couple of weeks.
First I checked which betatesters were still active and actually reading the beta-forum. Then I removed the inactive ones and made sure my list of betatesters was up-to-date. Now I’m planning too find new betatesters to make sure we can ask enough betatesters to perform some tests in the future when necessary.
The SoccerProject Beta is the same as the real thing, but limited to 64 teams. That makes 1 A-and 3 B-divisions, nothing more. Those teams are managed by experienced managers who also have a team at http://www.soccerproject.com. You can recognize them over there because they have a Beta-symbol on their manager page.
Normally subscription is for invited managers only, but this week we’ll be accepting subscriptions through the link below as well. If you think you can handle a second team and are willing to provide decent feedback on the tested features, you can subscribe here.Explore posts in the same categories: Beta, Community, Development, Soccerproject comment below, or link to this permanent URL from your own site.