On Sat, Mar 19, 2016 at 03:45:51AM +0530, Bhagyashree Uday wrote:
Hi mattdm ,
This sounds interesting.
> I think it'd be very interesting to find differences in demographics
> (country, age, gender) and experience and employment — and maybe some
> of the other questions as well.
Could you elaborate a bit on this ?
Yeah. Take a look at
I created some pivot tables and graphs looking at the age, country, and
gender questions. I made charts for age and gender... I'm not sure how
to best present the country information — maybe grouping into the
APAC/EMEA/LATAM/NA regions we use in Fedora?
I removed results which were "select one or more" from the spreadsheet,
because a) I don't have a great idea on how to work with those and b)
they were mostly developer questions without a lot of apparent
Another area to look at might be filtering to just students and looking
at what OS they're using, or just under 20 and 20-24 (college age). In
theory, these are numbers we can specifically look at to help measure
impact of the University Involvement initiative. (If we have greater
growth in these areas in the next year, we'll know it's working!)
Of course remember, this isn't _necessarily_ representative of Fedora
in general, but specifically developers using Fedora. But I still think
it's a very interesting data set.
It might be best to pull this into a database for analysis, or at least
some intermediate processing... spreadsheets are kind of clunky for
some things here.
Fedora Project Leader