Fedora Weekly News Reader Survey: feedback requested!
Paul W. Frields
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Thu Dec 9 16:27:04 UTC 2010
On Wed, Dec 08, 2010 at 02:39:15PM -0500, Pascal Calarco wrote:
> On 12/08/2010 02:26 PM, Neville A. Cross wrote:
> > On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 9:35 AM, Pascal Calarco<pcalarco at nd.edu> wrote:
> >> Fedora Weekly News (FWN) is the weekly newsletter for the Fedora
> >> Project, reporting on activities, developments and news about Fedora.
> >> FWN is planning to transition to a new Drupal-based platform for
> >> workflow, editing, publishing and dissemination, and, in advance of
> >> this, we would like your feedback on how you, the reader, uses FWN and
> >> solicit ideas for improving the quality and service of FWN to meet your
> >> needs!
> >> We invite you toprovide us feedback on Fedora Weekly News via an
> >> anonymous survey, below. This will be valuable as we integrate FWN into
> >> our new Drupal-based news and information portal, Fedora Insight. The
> >> survey shouldn't take more than about 5-10 minutes of your time. Thanks
> >> again!
> >> http://fwnsurvey.limequery.org/85767/lang-en
> >> Yours in Fedora,
> >> Fedora Weekly News Team:
> >> ------------------------------------
> >> Adam Batkin
> >> Runa Bhattacharjee
> >> Nicu Buculei
> >> Pascal Calarco
> >> Neville A. Cross
> >> Rashadul Islam
> >> Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay
> >> Adam Williamson
> > I did a little bit of cross-posting. I translated the information on
> > the body of this email to Spanish, make clear that FWN is mostly in
> > Englsih and fired to "Fedora users in LATAM", "LATAM Ambassadors" and
> > "Fedora Nicaragua" mailing list. As I said, if we don't get extra
> > responses, at least we make some noise to let people know that FNW is
> > there for them.
> > Best regards
> Excellent, thanks, Neville! We have 98 responses thus far, mostly from
> Europe & Middle East (52%), who are seasoned Linux users (58% 10+
> years), older (56% between 30-50) and overwhelmingly Fedora users
> (89.8%) and/or Fedora Project contributors (32%). None of this perhaps
> very surprising.
> I'll leave the response details quiet for now, and will send out survey
> results to date to this list on Friday PM US Eastern Standard Time
> (perhaps around 20:00-21:00 UTC).
FWIW, I received some feedback on the survey that a "prefer not to
answer" choice should have been included in the question on how
informative the respondent finds the beats.
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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