[BangPypers] [Ipss] Python User Group International Survey
Anand Balachandran Pillai
abpillai at gmail.com
Wed Jun 29 06:54:18 CEST 2011
Thank you for informing the list(s). I have already
completed this survey on behalf of BangPypers.
On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 8:45 AM, Brian Curtin <brian.curtin at gmail.com>wrote:
> The PSF is happy to launch today an international survey of Python user
> group organizers to help it better serve the large and ever-expanding
> international Python user community.
> The survey contains questions on user group organization, events,
> demographics, and growth. There are some questions with numerical
> answers, and while your best guess is fine, you may find it helpful to
> gather some statistics on your user group membership before starting
> the survey (example statistics include the number of active members
> and the size and topics for recent user group events).
> We expect this survey to take around 30 minutes to complete. We
> appreciate your time and honesty in answering these questions.
> The PSF blog post announcing the survey:
> The survey was written by Jessica McKellar (http://jesstess.com),
> organizer for the Boston Python Meetup
> (http://meetup.bostonpython.com), and Jesse Noller
> (http://jessenoller.com/), PSF board member and PyCon chair with input
> and feedback from survey specialists and others.
> The survey was pretested with a handful of user group organizers, and
> their answers were phenomenal. Organizers have tons to say about these
> topics, and we hope to get a lot of great, actionable data for
> strengthening the relationship between the PSF and Python user groups
> out of this effort.
> Outreach, education, diversity and community building are critical for
> Python as a community, and the Foundation - this data should greatly
> assist in our targeting our resources and furthering the mission of
> the Foundation in all ways.
> Thank you
> The Python Software Foundation
> Jessica McKellar
> Jesse Noller
> Ipss mailing list
> Ipss at python.org
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