[pmwiki-users] Survey Update
brian at popear.org
Tue Mar 7 23:00:15 CST 2006
Canada in the lead! Change the name to PmHockey?
One last try at the survey if you haven't taken it yet:
I was hoping that my survey would be a way of giving back something
to the pmwiki community who have been so helpful to me and many others.
So far only 6 respondents, but here are the highlights:
Best represented country: Canada 2/6
Strongly want Wysiwyg: 3/6
More want edit buttons above and below the edit window (3/6)
... above the edit window (2/6)
On Mar 3, 2006, at 9:54 AM, Brian Teaman wrote:
> Thanks for the replies regarding button placement, I'll look into the
> options. I don't do much tweaking, so I was just sort of wondering if
> others thought another default would be useful. And apologies for not
> turning on the survey!! So
> here is the link again:
> give it a try. It would be interesting to see where you are all from
> and what you do, and any feedback you'd like to give on buttons,
> wysiwyg and an open-ended field, so if you take a couple of minutes
> to do the survey I'll post back the results.
> As my punishment for including the United States and not Canada on
> the first version which nobody saw! I have removed U.S. and added
> Canada. Those of you who feel slighted about having to type in
> "United States", just cut and paste this:
> United States
> And put it in the "Where are you located" other field.
> On Mar 3, 2006, at 12:32 AM, Brian Teaman wrote:
>> Whenever I edit my standard vanilla flavoured instance of pmwiki on
>> my laptop, the edit buttons are always just below the bottom of the
>> screen. I find myself wondering why they can't be on the top, or
>> perhaps both above and below the edit window. I always have to move
>> down before I can click the save button. A small nuisance but since I
>> repeat it so many times it feels like it could be done better.
>> Has this been discussed? Any reasons for or against it? How about a
>> vote? No need to generate more mail to this list. Go take a survey!
>> Really, don't fill up our boxes with replies. Just take the survey
>> (it takes probably about 2-4 minutes and I'll report the results
>> back). Since I am a non-paying user, only the first 100 replies get
>> counted, so vote quick if you want to contribute.
>> Brian Teaman
>> I have no connection to surveymonkey or pmwiki except as a user.
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