TriLateral Systems has announced a new site called MacBetaGroup. MacBetaGroup is a site set up to connect developers of Mac OS X apps to beta testers. From TriLateral Systems:
On April 12, 2004, MacBetaGroup, the new beta testing site for Mac OS X software, will be going on-line. MacBetaGroup is designed for developers seeking beta testers and users seeking beta tests.
(A.) The site is a completely free service provided by TriLateral Systems.
(B.) Developers can signup and immediately login to provide information on products for which they are seeking beta testers.
(C.) Users can provide feedback directly on the site concerning their experiences with companies, past products, concerns, etc. (Users must abide by any Non-Disclosure Agreements they enter into when becoming beta testers for companies)
(D.) Users and Developers can submit news stories, event information, etc. dealing with beta tester concerns or needs.
(E.) Developers can have their beta software hosted on the MacBetaGroup site for as long as the software is undergoing beta tests. (* MacBetaGroup hosting of beta software must be approved by site admins.)
You can get more information at the MacBetaGroup Web site.