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Thu, 05 May 2005 09:32:16 +0200
The important thing is whether useful information comes out of it.
This has had to be done hurriedly as part of a student project. There
are deadlines involved. The purpose of the questionnaire is not to give
people a general agony column for their maladies, but rather to get the
answers to specific questions that will apply to cfengine 3. In that
respect, it is good enough and the results are already significant.
So, sorry that you are disappointed, but we are not Microsoft,
we have limited resources to do such things,.
On Thu, 2005-05-05 at 09:17 +0300, Zeev Fisher wrote:
> 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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