Re: [RFC] Questions for Git User's Survey 2010
]] Jakub Narebski
My comments are inline,
| 19. In your opinion, which areas in Git need improvement?
| Please state your preference.
| Columns: don't need / a little / some / much
| + user-interface
| + documentation
| + performance
| + more features
| + tools (e.g. GUI)
| + localization (translation)
| + community (mailing list)
| + community (IRC)
Adding a «don't know/don't care» option here might be useful, since
somebody might not be using the mailing lists and so doesn't know or
care if they need improvement.
| Changes in Git (since year ago, or since you started using it)
| 20. Did you participate in previous Git User's Surveys?
| (multiple choice)
| + in 2006
| + in 2007
| + in 2008
| + in 2009
| + none of the above (this is my first Git User's Survey)
Add a «I don't remember, but I've participated in the past»?
| 25. What channel(s) do you use to request help about git?
| (multiple choice, with other)
| + git mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org)
| + msysGit mailing list / Google Group
| + "Git for Human Beings" Google Group
| + IRC (#git)
| + IRC (other git/SCM related, e.g. #github)
Perhaps add «IRC (other)» too?
| + request in blog post or on wiki
| + asking git guru/colleague
| + project mailing list, or IRC, or forum
| + Twitter or other microblogging platform
| + instant messaging (IM) like XMPP/Jabber
XMPP/Jabber can be both one-on-one and chat rooms, even if MUCs aren't
very much used (yet), I don't know if you care about this.
Thanks for doing this survey, I've found reading the results interesting
in the past and hope to do so this time around as well.
Tollef Fog Heen
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are