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[fwd: call for participation - Debian contributors survey, 1st ed.]

This was originally posted to debian-devel-announce minutes ago. I'm
forwarding it to debian-project in order to reach out to
non-Debian-Developers contributors.


----- Forwarded message from Stefano Zacchiroli <zack@debian.org> -----

TL;DR: all Debian contributors --- from bug reporters to Debian project
members and participants in any Debian team --- are invited to take part
in the first edition of the Debian contributors survey. To participate


The deadline for participation is: 4 December 2016, at 23:59 UTC.


This is the first instance of what we hope will become a recurring
annual survey of Debian contributors. The survey is intended to help the
Debian project and community by enabling them to understand and document
the evolution of the project's population over time, through the lenses
of common demographics.

In addition, each year the survey will explore a specific aspect of the
project. The focus for this first edition is on work and labour issues,
specifically on the extent to which Debian contributors are volunteers
or paid to work on Debian, and on how that affects their contributions.

Participation in the survey is completely anonymous, with no logging of
any provenance information (e.g., IP address, HTTP referrer), and all
questions are optional.  The survey is conducted using the Free Software
platform LimeSurvey and hosted by LimeSurvey.org.  The results of the
survey will be analyzed as part of ongoing research work by the
organizers and released in aggregate form only. A report discussing the
results will be published under a DFSG-free license and distributed to
the Debian community as soon as it's ready. The raw, disaggregated
answers will not be distributed and will be processed under the
responsibility of the organizers.

The survey will remain open until: 4 December 2016, 23:59 UTC.

If you have any questions, you can always reach the survey organizers

- Mathieu ONeil (mathieu.oneil@canberra.edu.au)
- Molly de Blanc (deblanc@riseup.net)
- Stefano Zacchiroli (zack@debian.org)

We thank you in advance for your participation!

For the organizers,
----- End forwarded message -----

Stefano Zacchiroli . zack@upsilon.cc . upsilon.cc/zack . . o . . . o . o
Computer Science Professor . CTO Software Heritage . . . . . o . . . o o
Former Debian Project Leader . OSI Board Director  . . . o o o . . . o .
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