Testing code changes on TV scheduling (internal), will I make it for final?

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    For some time (months, now) I've been working to fix an issue that affects scheduled recordings over midnight, when using the internal TV engine (not TV server). Hopefully this time I've nailed the problem, I've been running Media Portal with my corrected Databases.dll for some weeks with no more issues. Now I want to open a wider testing with some users. What I'd like to know is how much time do I have so I can coordinate some users to test it, and then submit the changes so they can be integrated into the final release. Ideally I need at least two weeks with a few users to be ready to submit the changes.

    This is the first time that I contribute with code :) . C# is new for me, but knowing VC++, VB.Net, etc. does help. If everything goes right, I may be able to keep contributing with code here and there. Maybe fixing open bugs, I'll see. I don't know much about coding for DirectX, so that limits a bit o what I can do.

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