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hi,

we've developed a midlet and i'd like to ask ppl on the forum if they'd like to test it on their own handsets, to get an idea of how its interoperability on devices and networks is going. i could compensate by doing some UK testing on their own developments.

just checking if this would be OK, umm, wrt. forum ethics?
cheers, dan.
 
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Hey Dan thanks for asking.

This is Michael's forum, so I can't answer for him. Personally I have no problem, and if I ever get my J2ME device, I would have asked to be aprt of this testing.

Good Luck

Mark
 
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I have no problem with this either. So, good luck Dan.
 
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