Re: Getting to know each other!

Hi all,

Long time since I last posted to this list :)

I've just noticed the thread on running a survey for getting a pulse
on how GNOME translation teams are doing, and I saw Gabor mentioning
the one we ran in Ubuntu and part of it being used as a basis.

I just want to say that I'm really glad that that's useful. Having set
up the Ubuntu survey, I'll be more than happy to give a hand or, if
anyone is interested, share the experiences I had running it that
might also apply to the GNOME one.

El dc 11 de 08 de 2010 a les 00:06 +0200, en/na Petr Kovar va escriure:
That's certainly an option, but since there have been surveys conducted in
> other GNOME teams before, what about using their specialized web-based tools
> (i.e. LimeSurvey)?

I'd also suggest using a tool to collect and analyse the responses. In
my experience, the easier it is for participants to submit their
feedback, the higher (and quicker) the response rate.

But most importantly, it makes life a lot easier for whoever processes
the responses afterwards.

I used Surveymonkey to run the translations team healthcheck survey,
but there are also other Open Source tools as well, such as
LimeSurvey, as Petr mentioned.

El dt 03 de 08 de 2010 a les 15:00 +0200, en/na Andre Klapper va escriure:
Am Dienstag, den 03.08.2010, 08:41 -0400 schrieb Og Maciel:
> > Can we get a list of all coordinators
> > and their email from D-L's database?
> What for? Coordinators are expected to be subscribed to this mailing
> list anyway...

Yes, that's a policy, but it is difficult to check whether all
coordinators are indeed subscribed: they might use a different
subscription address than the one at damned-lies, or it might be an
old address no longer used (I know there is also a policy for using an
up-to-date e-mail address, but that's also hard to enforce), or simply
they might not be reading the e-mail coming from the list.

In any case, if the goal is to reach out to as many coordinators as
possible, without contacting everyone in every single team, I believe
direct e-mail is a valid option.


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