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From:Daevid Vincent Date:December 3 2007 8:33pm
Subject:RE: MySQL Customer Survey :: an exercise in frustration
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I started to take this but gave up, here's a few suggestions:
 
1. you have questions that need a "none" option
2. NEVER make the questions mandatory. like #32. I don't give a shit about
most of those things, but you force me to check '1' for all of them. that's
wasting my time.
3. how many damn questions are in this freakin' survey! i'm on #32 and many
are multipart!!! 
 
I'm done dude. I've got no more time to be wasting on this.
 
UGHHH!!!


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RE: MySQL Customer Survey :: an exercise in frustrationDaevid Vincent3 Dec
  • Re: MySQL Customer Survey :: an exercise in frustrationMichael Dykman3 Dec
  • Re: MySQL Customer Survey :: an exercise in frustrationJeremy Cole3 Dec
  • Re: MySQL Customer Survey :: an exercise in frustrationJeremy Cole3 Dec
    • Re: MySQL Customer Survey :: an exercise in frustrationChris Sansom3 Dec
      • RE: MySQL Customer Survey :: an exercise in frustrationDaevid Vincent4 Dec