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Look at the site through 3 sets of eyes.
1. An MHRA - what do you want from this site? Does it provide it? What can we make easier or more intuitive?
2. A curious member of the public - Like an investigative reporter (if they still exist). What impression does the site make?
3. A hostile SJW - where are the site's vulnerabilities? How can you mess this up and abuse the system?
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Okay, that was larger than expected.
The second dry run resulted in some significant structural changes.
This should cut down the inevitable spam attacks we're going to receive.
We found quite a few things we had to tweak after the First Dry Run.
We're now set for the Second Dry Run.
After months of coding and testing, Stage one of the MHRA Connect site is finished.
Next comes the dry run through where our testers look for obvious improvements and changes to make the site more intuitive and easy to use.
After the dry run we expect to have a list of lots a small changes that need attending to.
What's with all the redacted text?
Each Alert is marked with a particular security rating. If the Alert is rated as higher than your level you won't be able to read it.
Alternately, you may be at the highest security rating but have forgotten to log in.