On Wed, Nov 13, 2019 at 11:15 AM Jean-Baptiste Holcroft
Le 2019-11-12 17:17, Matthew Miller a écrit :
> I think this can be very useful, especially as tracked over time. And
> turns out that the group at Red Hat who does this would be happy to
> this to Fedora as a service.
I'm not a huge fan of surveys as I doubt the value we can get from it.
Is our survey need so big we need a complex tool requiring to depend on
an external team?
In terms of tooling, wouldn't our vote tooling do the job here? We'll
have control over the data and opt in.
I would actually prefer a third party to do this, the community as a
whole has too many tools and related things to manage and third
parties have good process for dealing with things like GDPR. I feel if
it's deemed that this is necessary I think a specialist tool is the
better way to get the value rather than putting the load onto already
> In terms of governance, it's the responsibility of Commops to deliver
> such insight of our community.
> > Use metrics and data to improve understanding of Fedora community
> >> Support development of metrics tooling
> Can't we do this inside our community?
> In addition, how will this team validate the statistical validity of the
> survey without using data collected for other means? Which will also
> leads us to GDPR issues.
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