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Re: How stable is AV1.94w/1.94f! ?

Most of the units shipped last quarter left here with either 1.94w or 1.94f!, with the exception of the units for Florida and Georgia (1.94o).
Here's the stats:
3rd Quarter
345   1.94w        Fresno
4th Quarter
664    1.94f!        Doubleday, GBS, El Paso (Colorado)
56      1.94w       Dynabec, Burlington (Ont.), Mission (BC)
I'm not aware of any bugs that require fixing in these versions.  The only thing that may needed to be added to them is the "128KB Memory Card One Pass Copy".
-----Original Message-----
From: Guy Lancaster <glanca@gesn.com>
To: Support <support@gesn.com>
Cc: Ingrid Giordano <ingrid@gesn.com>; Ian S. Piper <ian@gesn.com>
Date: Monday, July 19, 1999 1:14 PM
Subject: How stable is AV1.94w/1.94f! ?

  How stable is AV1.94w/1.94f! ?

  My headspace is in version 2 these days so I'm putting Ingrid's question out to a larger audience.  Ian, approximately how many copies of 1.94w have we shipped?  And does anyone have comments on how stable it is?



INGRID wrote:

I have been asked to organize the effort to upgrade all of the Iowa AccuVotes (Linn, Story and Black Hawk counties) in conjunction with their upgrade from VTS to GEMS.  I was thinking of going with the 1.94w release, but because this is a couple hundred units and we don't want to do it again any time soon, I wanted to check with you.  Has anyone used 1.94w?  Do you feel like it is stable enough to do a widespread customer upgrade?  If so, I will probably be considering the same thing in both North Carolina and Virginia - we are talking several hundred units then.  Please let me know what your comfort level is with all of this.  I would appreciate your advice.