January 5, 2013 in Feedback
as normal companies like FireFox and Google do?
I do not think that Ips does that. From what I have seen here the beta tester group is an unpaid position.
my bet is no.
My bet too. Why should they start to pay when they have people that do that for free.
I recon they will when they become a multi billion dollar organisation like google and firefox
There will stil be bugs, diferent server configuration and that kind of stuff.
Well, for a start, companies like Google and Mozilla do not actually pay for bugs - they pay a bounty on critical security flaws - and we have no evidence to suggest that IPS does or does not pay a bounty on those privately. It's entirely possible that they do, but don't make a big deal about it.
But pay for bugs? Won't happen. Ever. No company pays for bugs.
Ivan, I can appreciate you've discovered a few bugs due to your very unusual configuration and use of the software, however, I feel we've been more than fair to you by extending renewals, etc. I'm sorry you feel otherwise.
The answer: No. :)
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