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comment Should tester fix bugs?
Good answer, though IMO, in situation 2 I'd be pretty worried about QA's ability to test effectively too.
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comment Radiobutton group with NO default option: bug / acceptable / it depends?
Seriously, I agree with @user246 - this seems to me to be right in ux.stackexchange.com territory. They don't have a direct analogue of your question, but look at these questions, I think there's useful info there: ux.stackexchange.com/a/13513/2805 ux.stackexchange.com/questions/7763/… ux.stackexchange.com/questions/11293/… ux.stackexchange.com/questions/13413/…
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comment How to obtain “fresh mind” results?
@Kamakazy I agree with Phil, I think what you're thinking of as exploratory testing is wildly at odds with how the rest of the community uses that term. You did ask for correction so I'd suggest you start reading here: kaner.com/?p=46 and then take a look at testingeducation.org/BBST . Cem Kaner coined the term 30 years ago, so go to the source! :) Enjoy, there's some great stuff in there.
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comment Is QC effective for QA teams that write their own test automation solutions?
From your description though, it doesn't sound like you want to do anything with QC that you couldn't do with JIRA (Greenhopper + Bonfire will manage test cycles). Okay, QC/QTP gives you recotd/playback but that's a very brittle high cost way to automate. I think perhaps the main problem is that it's not very clear what your needs are: could you try to add a bit more detail?