Re: Dear volunteer testers...
"How many more times does microsoft need to c o ck things up before everyone gets the message?"
A minor point - cock in cock up is not rude. It's a printing term from cold metal when, if a letter wasn't inserted properly in the forme so it stuck up slightly at an angle, there was an area of bad print around it; the letter was cocked (as in trigger mechanism) up, and so a cock up.
The Reg doesn't care in any case.