[OpenStack Foundation] [Diversity] re: Diversity Workgroup APAC 2015-08-27
shane.wang at intel.com
Tue Sep 1 15:42:32 UTC 2015
I saw 4 questions only. It is really a short survey. I think at least it is OK to control the survey to be in one page, without any scrolling down.
Maybe 10 – 20 questions, e.g. adding age.
From: Roland Chan [mailto:roland at aptira.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2015 5:48 PM
To: Alexis Lee; foundation at lists.openstack.org
Subject: Re: [OpenStack Foundation] [Diversity] re: Diversity Workgroup APAC 2015-08-27
That's the doc. Thanks for the input Alexis.
I was undecided on whether survey fatigue would set in with a long survey. I'm happy to hear other opinions on optimal survey length. With extra length I would also like to include questions on the importance of diversity to respondents and perhaps to even ask them rate the diversity related programs to date.
On the the second point, I was unaware of this term. Thanks for pointing it out. I'll go so some reading and get back to you.
On Tue, 1 Sep 2015 7:28 PM Alexis Lee <lxsli at hpe.com<mailto:lxsli at hpe.com>> wrote:
In this meeting, rolandchan requested feedback on a survey. I've not
been following along so if I'm talking nonsense, please disregard.
Survey draft: https://drive.google.com/open?id=19P117V1OxZgRuPP6S2nwNCH6cC6v0jwwAaFswwLNqTc
* The survey omits many aspects of diversity, EG religion,
ethnicity, disability. Maybe I'm only seeing a small piece of the
final survey? IMO a single large survey will be more successful than
many small ones.
* Q2 excludes asexuals. GSRM (gender, sexual or romantic minority) is a
more inclusive term than LGBT, I suggest rewriting in those terms.
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