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Ubuntu Census Survey

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Ubuntu

Today Andreas Lloyd sent a email to the ubuntu-devel and ubuntu-users ubuntu mailing lists in order to gather information on the Ubuntu Linux Community and know a bit more about who is using, contributing…

In spite of the name, the survey will not
be used to keep track of individuals and their contributions to
Ubuntu. Instead, the objective is to examine statistically the
membership of the Ubuntu community:

- - Who are joining the Ubuntu community and for what reasons.
- - How they use computers in general.
- - How is their relationship to the F/OSS world in general.

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