|Re: [ide-dev] Survey results|
I don’t understand why the choice is between “ignore the survey” and “make broad changes based on an ambiguous question”. If instead of rushing into this change, we came back with a follow-up survey to get more detailed data, I don’t see how anyone could be upset and we would have far more concrete data to backup the desire for change.
Something like this… Based on the previous survey, we see that a majority of responders desire more warnings to be enabled by default. Now tells us which of these currently-disabled warnings you would like to see enabled.
Same on my side (I agree with Mickael and Sopot). I personally voted against the change for more compiler warnings, but if we ask people to vote and than ignore the majority, we loose credibility in the community.
Best regards, Lars
2013/12/9 Sopot Çela <sopotcela@xxxxxxxxx>
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.
On Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 3:13 PM, Mickael Istria <mistria@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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