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.
Kevin Carillo is doing a research that looks at how newcomers to a FOSS community become valued sustainable contributors and the influence of their experience as newcomers.
If you have been involved in Debian, GNOME, Gentoo, KDE, Mozilla, Ubuntu, NetBSD, or OpenSUSE FOSS communities within the last 3 years (after January 2010), you can help Kevin by taking part in the survey available her
Kevin Carillo, a PhD student currently living in Wellington (New Zealand) is doing some research on Free/Open Source Software communities. He asked the openSUSE community for help, especially those who have joined the OpenSUSE community after January 2010 (within approximately the last 3 years), in assisting him with his research.