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Thu, 05 May 2005 09:17:01 +0300
Me too think the same.
Since the last part wasn't in English , I'm not even sure that it was
sent. What i remember that on the last page there was something like ok
button and when i pressed it nothing happend.
On Thu, 2005-05-05 at 02:23, Josh Smith wrote:
> The questionnaire is not (IMHO) very good. It contains lots of spelling
> and grammatical errors, has various parts not in English (although it's
> usually easy to guess what they say), has many questions that can't be
> answered clearly (do I trust SSH or cfservd more? I could measure this if
> only I hadn't lost my trust-o-meter), makes incorrect assumptions about my
> environment (e.g. I don't use cfengine's "pull-only architecture", so I
> guess I've never had problems using it, but answering "no" there seems
> misleading), changes scales in somewhat random fashion (some questions are
> 1 - 3, some are 1 - 5), etc.
> I filled it out anyway, but I wasn't impressed.
> -Josh (address@hidden)
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