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From:Michael Dykman Date:December 3 2007 8:40pm
Subject:Re: MySQL Customer Survey :: an exercise in frustration
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It occurs to me that this sounds very much like my experience the last
couple of times I tried to take the survey...   As a long-time user of
MySQL, I want to make my contribution, but this survey is a dog's
breakfast every time.  Perhaps someone at AB might take notice this
round and try to fix it?

 - michael dykman

On Dec 3, 2007 3:33 PM, Daevid Vincent <daevid@stripped> wrote:
> 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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> Subject: MySQL Customer Survey
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>
>
> New MySQL User Survey
> Plus, a Chance to Win a free pass to the 2008 MySQL Conference & Expo!
> Help shape the future direction of MySQL Products!
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>
> Also, eligible users who complete this survey will be entered into a random
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 - michael dykman
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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