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OnDemand Instance For Answers Community

Any possiblity of Atlassian providing a shared OnDemand instance for the Answers community so that all experiments and checks could be done by the community members? Probably a minimum karma count also could be kept to decide who all can access the same?

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Sounds good, I'll plug this idea with Jeremy next week, he's currently on vacation. Stay tuned :)

@Dennis : Did Jeremy agree to this? :)

He thought it was an awesome idea; we'll hash out the details and keep you updated on this :)

Is this discussion still relevant, does the community think whether having an instance will help?

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Dieter Rising Star Apr 12, 2012

Good idea, Renjith :-)

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+1 I super agree with these.

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Exactly, that is what I was also looking for!

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Great idea!!! The download and OnDemand versions are sufficiently different to make it quite hard to help someone with an OnDemand question when you don't have access to a similar environment. The problem is compounded by the fact that although there are top level documentation pages for OnDemand, the detailed documentation is for the download version with a vague "some of this might not apply to OnDemand" label.

I know I've shied away from attempting to help with some OnDemand questions because I can't piece enough together from the documentation and restricted functions doc to figure out if what should work with download would work for OnDemand, but if I had access to an OnDemand instance I could try something out before answering.

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