4 Dec 2012 gpoo   » (Master)

GNOME community survey

A group of researchers leaded by Jim Herbsleb got in contact with GNOME Foundation some months ago in order to research how communities works, how a volunteer become an active contributor, among others.

In the following days, developers (committers) will receive and invitation to complete a survey that would not take more than 20 minutes (or even less). However, the participation in the study is completely voluntary.

It worth to mention that the results will be shared with the community, and we will insist on that.

At last but not least, the original plan included a joint survey to help set the Foundation goals, which will not be the case. However, we are looking forward to receive help from this team of researchers in the near future.

Syndicated 2011-01-07 12:53:07 from Personal notes

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