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Bill Nottingham 01-18-2008 01:32 AM

FUDCon/F9 survey
 
Paul W. Frields (stickster@gmail.com) said:
> 22. What did you like most about the conference? (short answer)
>
> 23. What did you dislike most about the conference? (short answer)
>
> 24. Based on your attendance at this event, would you attend another
> like it?
> o Yes
> o No
>
> 25. If the answer to the previous question was "No," why not? (short
> answer)
> ____________________________

There's always the 'random comments', or 'things you'd like to see
at FUDCon that weren't at FUDCon', etc.

Bill

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"Jeff Spaleta" 01-18-2008 01:57 AM

FUDCon/F9 survey
 
On Jan 17, 2008 5:32 PM, Bill Nottingham <notting@redhat.com> wrote:
> or 'things you'd like to see
> at FUDCon that weren't at FUDCon', etc.


Please add that question, so I can start a write-in campaign for
'robotic telescopes'.

-jef

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Thorsten Leemhuis 01-18-2008 05:09 PM

FUDCon/F9 survey
 
On 18.01.2008 03:16, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> We have the opportunity to take an aftermarket survey of FUDCon
> attendees.

Side note: I always wondered if we should use a survey now and then to
ask all Fedora contributers for their options, if they are still happy
or what they want to see changed (I now and then in private get comments
from some long term contributers that indicate I'm not the only one who
thinks a lot of things for volunteer contributer got a lot worse over
the past 12 months [since the merge]). But that's a different topic
(albeit I think such a survey would be as important to do as this one).

> 1. Did you attend FUDCon/F9?
[...]
> o No (if NO, skip to Question #6)
[...]
> For each of the questions below, indicate on a scale of 1-5, with 1
> being not at all important and 5 being very important, how important
> each of the indicated factors was in your decision to attend FUDCon.

And how to rate them if my decision was not to attend FUDCon?

[...]

> For each of the items below, indicate on a scale of 1-5, with 1 being
> low and 5 being high, your satisfaction with each portion of the FUDCon
> event.

Similar comment there.

CU
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"Paul W. Frields" 01-18-2008 05:46 PM

FUDCon/F9 survey
 
> > 1. Did you attend FUDCon/F9?
> [...]
> > o No (if NO, skip to Question #6)
> [...]
> > For each of the questions below, indicate on a scale of 1-5, with 1
> > being not at all important and 5 being very important, how important
> > each of the indicated factors was in your decision to attend FUDCon.
>
> And how to rate them if my decision was not to attend FUDCon?

"...decision whether to..." Point taken, thanks.

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Michael Schwendt 01-19-2008 12:07 AM

FUDCon/F9 survey
 
On Fri, 18 Jan 2008 19:09:25 +0100, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:

> [...] (I now and then in private get comments
> from some long term contributers that indicate I'm not the only one who
> thinks a lot of things for volunteer contributer got a lot worse over
> the past 12 months [since the merge]).

That's normal. There are contributors (and sometimes "ordinary" Fedora
users) who hunt for committee members in private mail, looking for a
reliable person, a community representative. Sometimes they explicitly ask
to treat their letter and name confidentially. If you have seldomly
something to criticize on public communication channels, you are less
interesting or probably even uninteresting to them. Probably one can
increase the likelihood of being contacted and influence it with heavy use
of an official looking e-mail signature plus use of the fedoraproject.org
address. I don't know how you feel about it, but I didn't feel good in
such situations.

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Thorsten Leemhuis 01-19-2008 08:27 AM

FUDCon/F9 survey
 
On 19.01.2008 02:07, Michael Schwendt wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Jan 2008 19:09:25 +0100, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
>
>> [...] (I now and then in private get comments
>> from some long term contributers that indicate I'm not the only one who
>> thinks a lot of things for volunteer contributer got a lot worse over
>> the past 12 months [since the merge]).
> That's normal. There are contributors (and sometimes "ordinary" Fedora
> users) who hunt for committee members in private mail, [...]

I'm not a committee member anymore in Fedora-land (if you don't count
EPEL) and I didn't mean those mails.

I got the impression during ordinary talks with other spare time
contributers that are around in Fedora-land for some years now.

CU
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