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Python User Group International Survey

briancurtin
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:
http://pyfound.blogspot.com/2011/06/tell-us-about-your-user-group.html

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.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BWLG8SZ

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

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Re: Python User Group International Survey

Richard Jones-7
I have already filled in the survey for MPUG.

On 29 June 2011 13:16, Brian Curtin <[hidden email]> 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:
> http://pyfound.blogspot.com/2011/06/tell-us-about-your-user-group.html
>
> 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.
>
> https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BWLG8SZ
>
> 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
> _______________________________________________
> melbourne-pug mailing list
> [hidden email]
> http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/melbourne-pug
>
>
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Re: Python User Group International Survey

Tennessee Leeuwenburg-3
Well, two sets of responses should let them correlate the results then :)

Cheers,
-T

On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 1:28 PM, Richard Jones <[hidden email]> wrote:
I have already filled in the survey for MPUG.

On 29 June 2011 13:16, Brian Curtin <[hidden email]> 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:
> http://pyfound.blogspot.com/2011/06/tell-us-about-your-user-group.html
>
> 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.
>
> https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BWLG8SZ
>
> 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
> _______________________________________________
> melbourne-pug mailing list
> [hidden email]
> http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/melbourne-pug
>
>
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