Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Re: Survey stuff

On 08/07/14 13:46, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
On 07/08/2014 08:40 AM, Eric H. Christensen wrote:
> Okay, I'm still looking for the final version of questions that we
> got to last time.  I did find a previous version that I had stored
> on my fedorapeople site[0] but I know this isn't the final version
> (the final version also included a choice of "prefer not to answer"
> on every question).

> So what else do we want to see on the survey?

> [0] http://sparks.fedorapeople.org/Fedora_survey.html

Please add "Other" and "I choose not to answer" as options on
"Gender". The current options are rather limiting (and I know several
members of the Fedora community who would not be satisfied with the
existing choice).

Can we define contribution better for the survey? Possibly drill down
into it?

"Have you ever filed a bug report in Bugzilla?" (This is the only
special-case of contribution called out currently)
"Have you ever submitted a patch to an upstream project included in
"Have you ever maintained a package in Fedora?"
"Have you ever submitted a translation for Fedora?"
"Have you ever participated in a Test Day for Fedora or other QA event?"
"Have you ever contributed to the Fedora Websites, Wiki pages or

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And the the "Where do you download your media from ?" question, should add a "From a mirror directly!" option.

Also, what if people do not prefer to say, what language they speak, or where they are from ? I can see certain people potentially being persecuted in certain countries, so maybe add a prefer not to say option ?

Just a thought. But then I do not know how important and valid it is for us to ask people what language they speak or where they are from/based.




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