On Thu, Jan 17, 2008 at 10:56:36AM +0000, Steve Long wrote:
> Ryan Hill wrote:
> > I agree, though year of birth might be interesting.  Income and children
> > are a bit too private.
> > 
> ++ in general although I do think parenthood (if responsible) is as relevant
> as age. A 28 year old with a 5 year old kid has a lot to show a 35 year old
> doctoral student with no kids, even if it's not all technical. # of kids
> isn't relevant.
I put # of kids in there as a lark, perhaps it might be better as 'do
you have children', with an eye to seeing how it affects their package
choices - see games and education packages for kids, plus the previous
USE=offensive debate on the desktop backgrounds with scantily-clad

> Maybe it's not something you want to ask the users, but it would be more
> interesting wrt devs, as would statistics on standard Equal Ops monitoring
> (a legal requirement on employers in the UK, even if the person declines to
> answer, which is ofc their right.)
Go some good links on that? They might have good question wording we can

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