W dniu 22.08.2016 o 01:59, Andrew Ardill pisze:
> On 21 August 2016 at 04:56, Jakub Narębski <jna...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> 25. What [channel(s)] do you use to request/get help about Git [(if any)]
> It may also be useful to ask how people hear news about git, such as
> when a new release comes out. Not sure if worth a separate question,
> as there is a lot of crossover in the resources available for this and
> for requesting help, but knowing this information would help us
> understand what kinds of users are responding and which communication
> channels are effective for git news.

How would you propose such question would look like, and what proposed
answers would be (if it were not a free-text / essay question)?

Note that there might be a problem of severe bias: people who heard
about Git User's Survey 2016 are probably ones that watch news about Git.
Still, it would be useful to know if people read RelNotes...
> Related, it might be worth asking how often people upgrade their git
> clients and servers, particularly in corporate/managed environments.
> This question would ask two things, how long after a new release comes
> out do you install it, and do you install every update that comes out
> or do you skip versions. I suspect many would just use whatever is
> released in their distro and update at the same time as they update
> other packages, but it would be interesting to know if people, for
> example, only upgrade their managed environments every year/6 months
> or something to avoid introducing changes to their users.

That is, if people have a pattern to their upgrade of Git, and can
tell how often they upgrade.

XX. How often you upgrade Git?
    (multiple choice or single choice?)

 * as soon as new version is released
 * when there is new binary package / distribution package
 * when updating distribution / system
 * around every month, or more often
 * around every 6 months or more often
 * I use what is installed on system

Something like that?

Jakub Narębski

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