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On October 2, 2014 6:17:50 AM PDT, Tanstaafl wrote:

The point, again, is it is irrelevant if there is a TEST BUILD that is fixed. 

Daily builds _are_ test builds.

You know what features/functions are important in your environment:
* You test for that.
* Then you test for fixes to bugs that you reported.
* Then you test for fixes that others reported, but affect your environment.
# In doing those tests, ignore what claims may or may not have been said about a specific build.
Things may have been inadvertently fixed, or broken, between  builds.

The devs have no idea how people use the product, and thus only test a minuscle subset of available 
features, functions, and capabilities.
QA tests a slightly larger subset of those features, functions, and capabilities.


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