|Re: [ide-dev] Survey results|
I agree with Mickael. Those 65 % now are expecting the change and if it is not there in Luna it's a huge credibility hit. If I had voted for 'Yes' (which I didn't) I'd have this revolting thought of 'Why did they do the survey anyway?' and would have really low probability of answering the next time.SopotOn Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 3:13 PM, Mickael Istria <mistria@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
And what about the majority?On 12/09/2013 02:53 PM, Ian Skerrett wrote:
If you implement that change it will definitely annoy this minority.We've all reworked the question several times to make it explicit. I thought we've agreed the question was good enough so that we could trust the outcome of the survey and turn it into a concrete action (Yes or No to all warnings). Why deciding to almost ignore the vote now? Or why even asking the question if it's to ignore 65% of "Yes" ?
Also, due to the nature of the change, my assumption is that a subset of people that said ‘yes’ did not appreciate the impact of the change so when it is implemented they will wish they had voted ‘no’.
65% of people have expressed they'd like all warnings. We've discussed that the survey and reaction to results would also be a way to encourage the community to give feedback. I think letting 35% of community decide of everything is not fair at all.
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