On 08/31/2016 06:29 PM, Ankur Sinha wrote:
I'm trying to collect some feedback on whatcanidoforfedora.org
(wcidff). If you have a few minutes, can you please try it out and then
answer these questions?
Hey Ankur, just seeing this - I think collecting some of this feedback
is a good idea. :)
- are you a Fedora contributor?
- have you used wcidff before?
- how did you learn of wcidff?
From other Fedora contributors (before I was an active contributor)
- what language did you use wcidff in?
- what device did you use to access wcidff?
- did you find it useful?
- did it successfully find you something to work on or a team to
- how much time did it take you to find a task/team?
Visited around 7-10 times before "settling" on one place
- do you think wcidff followed the right path in finding you a
For content creation / community work, yes.
- did you enjoy using wcidff?
- would you recommend wcidff to others?
- did wcidff help you understand the workings of the community
For understanding what different parts there are to contribute to, yes
(helped show other non-technical areas to contribute to)
- do you feel more confident about contributing after using wcidff?
Not much - wcidff was a pointer, but not much tooling for getting
started. That was usually up to the receiving ends of whatever place you
reached in the clickthrough. Some teams pointed you towards excellent
on-boarding material (e.g. Fedora Magazine) while others dumped you at
their wiki page. From the perspective of a new contributor, this was
difficult and confusing to figure out, especially if the wiki page
wasn't well-maintained or unclear about how to get involved.
Just yes/no answers will suffice, but feel free to give some comments
if you wish :)
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