I am only moderatly computer literate, so I don't know how much help I can offer.
(It would probably help if I knew what beta-testing is.)
Just to let you know, my computer proficiency is nothing to brag about. I am a lover not a programmer. If I could help in beta-testing, anyone can help.
Beta-testing is nothing more than the testing phase of a newly developed software program by regular folks like us, before its public release. It's fancifully called beta-testing because computer geeks want to be cool so they try to use cool names. No, just kdding. It's called that because its initial testing (in-house -- Paul's house to be exact) by its creator/s is called alpha-testing. What's after alpha? Beta (i.e., step 2). See? It's not complicated at all!
So, beta-testing is nothing more than just trying out the software. The benefits include being one the first to try it out; the satisfaction of detecting problems with it and making a fool out of Paul (just kidding, Paul
); and offering any suggestions for improvement.
Take a visit to Paul's site at http://www.greekgeek.org
.It will be a great learning experience -- I swear on Paul's life !:)
P.S. Where are all the Yankee voulunteers? Is it just going to be us crazy Canucks?
P.P.S I have to run -- love calls.