Technical knock out

One week later, and there is no responsefrom anyone at Microsoft to PaulMooney's evaluation of the Application Analyzer 2006 for Lotus Notes. This despite the fact that guys like Peter,Paul,and Ericspecifically asked for Paul to wait for the shipping version and then re-test.I think we can declare Mr. Mooney thewinner by TKO -- or maybe they simply couldn't get up off the mat afterthe beta.  One of my colleagues asked me today whether we should expectany press articles that point out that the released code doesn't work,since MS's defense of Paul's initial review was "it's just beta andshould never have been public".  It would be nice.

One week later, and there is no response from anyone at Microsoft to Paul Mooney's evaluation of the Application Analyzer 2006 for Lotus Notes.  This despite the fact that guys like Peter, Paul, and Eric specifically asked for Paul to wait for the shipping version and then re-test.

I think we can declare Mr. Mooney the winner by TKO -- or maybe they simply couldn't get up off the mat after the beta.  One of my colleagues asked me today whether we should expect any press articles that point out that the released code doesn't work, since MS's defense of Paul's initial review was "it's just beta and should never have been public".  It would be nice.

Originally by Ed Brill from Ed Brill on March 9, 2006, 12:33am

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