Gathering feedback from Fedora users
hhorak at redhat.com
Mon Jun 22 16:56:00 UTC 2015
Thanks, I like those!
On 06/20/2015 11:55 AM, Nick Coghlan wrote:
> On 19 June 2015 at 21:04, Honza Horak <hhorak at redhat.com> wrote:
>> Not sure who was the nice person to edit so far, but I'd appreciate more
>> people to be involved to come up with more questions which we could ask
>> users about.. Maybe we could collect some feedback about the Aleph proposal
>> as well, right from the beginning?
> I think the Aleph proposal involves too much Fedora arcana to be
> useful as a basis for questions to end users. I've instead suggested a
> raft of questions that are designed more to elicit information about
> what folks are already doing with Fedora and softwarecollections.org,
> moreso than asking question about what they'd like to see changed in
> those services.
> The kinds of questions I've added are aimed at better understanding
> what *current* Fedora user's problems are. I have some good feedback
> on that already just from understanding Red Hat's own internal usage
> of Fedora as a development platform and from getting to see a broad
> range of use cases as an upstream Python core developer (hence the
> Aleph proposal), but my assumption that that experience generalises is
> currently exactly that: an assumption. The Fedora User Survey could
> provide an opportunity to validate those assumptions before we go too
> far down an incorrect path.
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