Survey: openSUSE Wants to Know

Feb 10, 2010

The openSUSE project has started its 2010 survey.

Users of the free Linux distribution will be asked for feedback on tools, the project and the operating system in general. Some questions concern user demographics, say openSUSE. The survey will help decide which direction the project will take in the future.

The survey, which will be online until Feb. 28, should only take about eight minutes to complete. Results can then be viewed at Participants can also take part in a raffle with t-shirts, openSUSE 11.2 boxes and other cool stuff for the winners.

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