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Keith Saunders
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Keith Saunders posted on Thu, Feb 9 2012 10:13 AM

Please provide an answer to my poll question

Which Date and Time would you be willing to be on-line

Dear Beta Testers,

Whilst I still have a few items to fix and modify after receiving feedback, I want to be sure the system is robust under load, load meaning number of members on-line reading and posting at the same time.

With the above in mind I would like to find a date and time within the next week when as many Beta testers can be on-line at the same time as possible taking into account that we have beta testers in the US, Mexico, Australia as well as in Europe.

Please indicate the date and time when you are most likely to be able to be on-line for at least 1 hour.

  • Saturday 11th February between 5pm & 7pm UK time (18.8%)
  • Saturday 11th February between 9pm & 11pm UK time (9.4%)
  • Sunday 12th February between 3pm & 5pm UK time (15.6%)
  • Sunday 12th February between 7pm & 9pm UK time (46.9%)
  • Sunday 12th February between 12noon & 2pm UK time (3.1%)
  • Monday 13th February between 2pm & 4pm UK time (6.3%)
  • Total Votes: 32
  • Voting Ended: 2/13/2012

Regards Keith....

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Step1 replied on Sun, Feb 12 2012 9:27 PM

ok so maybe we need an option to receive one email for a new post but not receive new emails until we have visited the thread? I just saw my email and got the shock of my life loL!

Olly

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ɓʋɾɑɳɫɘɮ:
A friend had a private Fouga Magister... Probably my only chance. :-(

We had those in service in Finland until sometime in the 70s I think. They had a pretty good track record of coming down.

--mika

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Step1 replied on Sun, Feb 12 2012 9:29 PM

weren't they used by France as there national display team?

Olly

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tournedos:

ɓʋɾɑɳɫɘɮ:
A friend had a private Fouga Magister... Probably my only chance. :-(

We had those in service in Finland until sometime in the 70s I think. They had a pretty good track record of coming down.

Last item on the bucket list then! LOL

OK, over and out from me!

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Step1:

weren't they used by France as there national display team?

I believe so, I don't recall the nation source on his... CH maybe???

OK.

FIN.

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Step1:

weren't they used by France as there national display team?

I guess so...

I just checked - the Finnish Air Force bought 18 of them from France and a further 62 were built over here under license. 10 were lost in accidents; they had no ejection seats.

Most of the remaining planes were auctioned in the late '80s - many went to the USA Smile

--mika

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