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Old 05-17-2010, 11:45 AM
"Gregory M. Zysk"
 
Default Results of Fedora Participation Survey?

I would like to draw attention to the survey that was administered by
the professors at Duke university over a month ago. I believe that this
survey should shed some light on the contributions and the various
priorities and methods which Fedora contributors define as their needs
and interests. This, in turn, should give a good basis to start from so
the data can be used to brand and market Fedora properly, as well as,
help build a better way for administration and governance of the
project. Eventually, if used properly, it can also provide the basis for
the community to avoid and reduce the growing conflicts that lead to
many contributors leaving the project.

So, in short, do we have any results for this survey?

Furthermore, do we have a methodology to accompany this survey to show
why these questions were asked and why the specific target groups were
chosen to survey?


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Old 05-17-2010, 11:45 AM
"Gregory M. Zysk"
 
Default Results of Fedora Participation Survey?

I would like to draw attention to the survey that was administered by
the professors at Duke university over a month ago. I believe that this
survey should shed some light on the contributions and the various
priorities and methods which Fedora contributors define as their needs
and interests. This, in turn, should give a good basis to start from so
the data can be used to brand and market Fedora properly, as well as,
help build a better way for administration and governance of the
project. Eventually, if used properly, it can also provide the basis for
the community to avoid and reduce the growing conflicts that lead to
many contributors leaving the project.

So, in short, do we have any results for this survey?

Furthermore, do we have a methodology to accompany this survey to show
why these questions were asked and why the specific target groups were
chosen to survey?


--
Gregory M. Zysk
Fedora Ambassador EMEA

Fedora: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Gmzysk
Identica: http://identi.ca/gmzysk
Blog: http://openleadership.blogspot.com
IRC: gmzysk@fedora/gmzysk

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