New Staff Reply - [QA !CNA-793979]: Universal Studios .torrents

From: Daniel Lee <qatickets_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2007 12:28:23 -0700

New Staff Reply: Universal Studios .torrents

QA - What procedure/process is in place to remove torrents from<br />
interdiction when they are no longer getting BT protection? Does/should<br />
Gilbert e-mail you when Universal Studios changes projects? If so, do<br />
you archive titles that are not currently getting BT protection?<br />
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Gilbert emails us of project terminations for UPics. We move the entire<br />
folder to an archive folder on the FTP site-these torrents will not have<br />
interdiction active. The archived projects are in the directory<br />
"/archive_no_protection" on the FTP site and also on our internal file<br />
server.<br />
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From: Ben Grodsky [mailto:qatickets_at_mediadefender.com] <br />
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2007 11:46 AM<br />
To: Daniel Lee<br />
Subject: New Ticket - [QA !CNA-793979]: Universal Studios .torrents<br />
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New Ticket: Universal Studios .torrents <br />
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QA,<br />
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Universal Studios is going to begin providing us the .torrents they<br />
successfully download from during their effectiveness testing. I don't<br />
know how many to expect from them, or whether this is a BAD idea. This<br />
time around they provided ~70 torrents total. I've put the .torrents in<br />
the below directories, please synch these to the main interdiction<br />
server (assuming no one has a problem with this procedure):<br />
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* \\mdfile01\public\QA\Torrent Testing\Universal Studios Torrents\30<br />
ROCK\unsorted<br />
* \\Mdfile01\public\QA\Torrent Testing\Universal Studios<br />
Torrents\Battlestar_Galactica_S03\unsorted<br />
* \\Mdfile01\public\QA\Torrent Testing\Universal Studios<br />
Torrents\Breach\unsorted<br />
* \\Mdfile01\public\QA\Torrent Testing\Universal Studios<br />
Torrents\House\unsorted<br />
* \\Mdfile01\public\QA\Torrent Testing\Universal Studios Torrents\Law<br />
and order\unsorted<br />
* \\Mdfile01\public\QA\Torrent Testing\Universal Studios<br />
Torrents\SNL\unsorted<br />
* \\Mdfile01\public\QA\Torrent Testing\Universal Studios<br />
Torrents\Scrubs\unsorted<br />
<br />
* NOTE: there was no directory for "Scrubs," so I created one.<br />
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* \\Mdfile01\public\QA\Torrent Testing\Universal Studios Torrents\Smokin<br />
Aces\unsorted<br />
* \\Mdfile01\public\QA\Torrent Testing\Universal Studios<br />
Torrents\The_Hitcher\unsorted<br />
<br />
* NOTE: there was no directory for "The Hitcher," so I created one with<br />
an underscore (_).<br />
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* \\Mdfile01\public\QA\Torrent Testing\Universal Studios Torrents\The<br />
Office\unsorted<br />
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QA - What procedure/process is in place to remove torrents from<br />
interdiction when they are no longer getting BT protection? Does/should<br />
Gilbert e-mail you when Universal Studios changes projects? If so, do<br />
you archive titles that are not currently getting BT protection?<br />
<br />
Ben, Ivan, Jay, and Ty CCed on ticket in case they think any part of<br />
this is a bad idea.<br />
<br />
Thanks,<br />
<br />
Ben<br />
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Ticket Details Ticket ID: CNA-793979<br />
Department: QA<br />
Priority: Low<br />
Status: Open<br />
Link:Click Here<br />
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: CNA-793979
Department: QA
Priority: Low
Status: Open
Link:http://support.mediadefender.com/support/staff/index.php?_m=tickets&_a=viewticket&ticketid=12277
Received on Fri Sep 14 2007 - 10:57:10 BST

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