Please complete this survey, and ask as many people to do it too. Thanks ;)
Android Device Popularity Survey
I will post the results online for other developers to use
I need an android survey/questionnaire-app:
* that is free to download and free to use (or at least cheap, 0-10$ in total)
* that can be edited and accessed offline
* where my customers/clients can answer the survey when the device running the app is offline (e.g.
We may never know every detail about Ubuntu’s user base. But some of its characteristics became a little clearer this week as Canonical’s Gerry Carr began releasing the results of the company’s recent survey of people running Ubuntu, the Linux distribution. Don’t get too excited just yet, as we’ll have to wait a few more days for the full survey findings.
I have been in University for a while now and have recently been given the task to make an Android application that allows a user to make a quick survey in the application then use the same survey in practice through the app.. So kind of a create and use sort of app.. This data from the survey needs to be stored to the local device and be in a format that can be read in say Excel or a database.
We are three students from Aarhus University in Denmark currently writing a master paper about motivations for OSS developers.
We kindly ask you to take 5 minutes of you time to help us answer this survey. The results will be used in our research paper and are anonymous.
Earlier this month we started once again our annual Linux Graphics Survey in which we poll our readers about their choices and opinions concerning graphics cards, display drivers, and other graphics / X.Org related features of the Linux desktop.
To all our readers, here is an opportunity to win an iPad. What does it take to do that? Simple. Just complete a survey from our ad partner and you will be automatically entered to win one of two iPads. Here are the basic information about the survey: It is sponsored by IDG TechNetwork and [...]
A lot has changed on the open source scene since the first FLOSS Survey launched way back in 2002. That survey provided one of the early, comprehensive views of open source developers and development communities around the world, and results from it were widely cited in academic publications, in the press and elsewhere.