[Help needed] Local/Regional communities survey!

(Rubén Martín) #1

Dear UK community,

The participation team is currently trying to understand much better how to support our local and regional communities. For this purpose we’re starting to gather information and data through different channels. We are having 1:1 conversations with many Mozillians but we also need more data to understand better how to focus our efforts and how to really help you and empower you.

We will be sending out surveys more regularly and we would love to count with your help for them. All you need to do is take 5 minutes and fill this survey:

If you have any feedback, or if there are questions that aren’t very clear don’t hesitate to reach out.

Thanks in advance for taking the time to help us with this, we’re really looking forward to learning more about you!


(Rubén Martín) #2

Hello everyone again,

This is just a reminder about the survey, just a couple of people from the UK took it and we still need a lot more responses to get a realistic view of the community :wink:


(Spike) #3

I have tweeted about it Ruben - hope that helps.

(Rubén Martín) #4

Thank you all of you who took the time to fill the survey we sent and/or
shared it with your communities. The survey has been really a great way to
understand better how your communities are doing and how can we support
you. We have been getting some questions so I thought it would be good to
answer them here.

First let me share the deadline for your replies: Sept 23rd. After that
the survey will still be open but we’ll analyze the data after that cut, so
please if you haven’t don so, please fill the survey and share it with your
communities. If you have already replied, please don’t reply again.

Here’s the link again: http://bit.ly/1L0hQat

If this survey sparked other questions you can always post them here, it’s
great to have conversations about regional and local communities and how
we’re organizing and supporting them.

Thank you!

(David Ross - Mozilla Rep & UK Community) closed #5