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We want to hear from you: take the Fedora Annual Contributor Survey for 2022!

The Fedora Council wants to hear what you have to say! Like last year, the goal of this survey is to collect valuable feedback to provide the right support for our Fedora community. We will evaluate the gathered information and discuss them at Nest with Fedora 2022. We are excited to have another set of data so we can run a comparative analysis and understand changes in the Fedora community over the last year. The survey will be open for all of June, and you will have the opportunity to earn a fun Fedora Badge. Take this year’s Annual Contributor Survey today!

The survey was coordinated by an awesome set of folks: Fedora Council member, Aleksandra Fedorova, Marie Nordin (coordination), Sumantro Mukherjee (support), Vipul Siddharth (LimeSurvey wrangler), Isabella Gordillo-Guevara (promotion) and Ashlyn Knox (websites). The Mindshare Committee and the Community Outreach Revamp team also aided in the creation of the survey and provided feedback several times as it was developed. We are excited to hear what our community has to say!

If you want to know more about our last year’s survey or explore the data set, checkout “Fedora Contributor Annual Survey Data Set Available“.

Help make Fedora awesome by taking the first Annual Contributor Survey!

The Fedora Council is running the first Annual Fedora Contributor Survey and we want to hear from you! The survey will be open to take for the month of June, and there is a shiny Fedora Badge to earn. Our goal is to gather authentic and valuable feedback to better support the Fedora contributor community. We plan to analyze the results and share findings at Nest with Fedora, 2021. Take the Annual Fedora Contributor Survey today!

The survey was proposed and developed by Council member, Aleksandra Fedorova, with support from Marie Nordin (promotion & feedback coordination) and Vipul Siddharth (LimeSurvey wrangler). The Council as well as the Mindshare Committee gave input and feedback on the survey several times as it was being developed. The Community Outreach Revamp Objective team also pitched in on the Community Engagement section of the survey. The development of a yearly survey falls under the Revamp’s activities and we want to keep survey fatigue at a minimum so it made sense to tie these two initiatives together.

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