On Fri, 2002-07-12 at 07:04, Chuq Von Rospach wrote:

The idea: try to get a real-world, statistically significant view of the
"average" mailing list user.
I'd think the avg mailing list user is yuor avg e-mail user receiving
spam mail.


A few serious comments:
- 25 questions is a *lot*, if you want people who are not interested in
the operating of mailing lists to answer.
- most people subscribed to mailing lists will be on some newsletter
(not spam, this time, but real opt-in newsletters) which have nothing to
do with computers. They won't even know what you're talking about if
you're asking them about 'mailing list software'. For many small sites,
not even the list admin will have any technical understanding.

That said, any statistical data would sure be interesting - and I'm sure
there's some people on this list with serious knowledge on
surveys/statistics so you won't collect bogus data (or do you have that
background yourself? Sorry if so).

-- vbi

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