as promised here is our suggestion for a user survey we would like to
comduct. As you can see, we can do these surveys in multiple languages.
What I would like to get most feedback on is the last page. People that have
participated in this survey, should easily be acquired for further surveys. I
think sending them to the general LO lists page is not a good solution.
Facebook, LinkedIn groups seem to be ok - what else can we offer? What other
ideas do you have?
As this survey is more or less a demo, we have some research questions in
mind, concerning the psychological concept of motifes. We hope to be able to
use this concept to better describe user groups. Just in case you should
wonder about the content... Of course comments on the survey itself are
welcome as well.
Am Mittwoch, 15. Juni 2011, 15:43:41 schrieb Björn Balazs:
and sorry for long time no hear... Real life tends to be demanding, but
hopefully things will get better now.
We at Apliki, namely Isabel (she will soon say hello) and I, are planning a
set of surveys to better understand who the LibO user are. For these
we do need LibO end-users that are willing to answer a few questions about
themselves and their likes and dislikes.
With these surveys we want to find criteria to guide the direction of the
further development of LibO, to understand how LibO can and needs to be
A first survey has been prepared and more will follow, giving you all the
possibilities to add questions you find relevant. So we qbviously will need
a lot of feedback from all of you on this issue, but at the moment we would
like to start the discussion with the most fundamental issue:
How can we acquire the end-users for the surveys?
We have been thinking about recruiting them over Facebook or via the
Download Page for Libre Office! Do you have any other ideas? Do you see any
possibility to actively help us with this?
Thanks for your help and your opinion!
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