[All] FR survey and locations
pablodanielmino at gmail.com
Wed Feb 4 00:46:09 CET 2009
How do I find out what version my neo is? Do I have to open it?
On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 1:19 PM, Thomas Otterbein <th.otterbein at gmx.net>wrote:
> Dear all,
> questions about buying a FR now or later, waiting for this or that software
> and using this or that distribution arrive on a regular basis on this list.
> read them all although I'm usually quite unhappy with the answers that
> to arrive on such a mailing. IMHO they represent -naturally- rather the
> authors personal liking of a certain distro than a neutral perspective on
> most common issues (buzz, echo, battery, etc.). I understand that it
> depends a
> lot on the concrete device (revision) one uses and the circumstances
> (location, provider, gsm band, etc.) it's used in and -of course- on the
> personal expectations.
> So here's my approach to get the most urgent questions answered by a large
> group of users while allowing to take the decession on a most neutral base
> I created a survey with the most important questions - at least to me but
> happy to "optimize" it to make it usefull for a larger group of people. The
> questions are: What revisions of the FR are are out there and in use? What
> distro is used at the most? How many are (still) suffering from buzz/echo?
> there any indication that these problems are located or more frequent in
> certain corners of the world?
> The survey is a simple Google-Form. You can see the any entered records as
> sheet here:
> To take part in the survey click here:
> I also created a Google-Map where everyone can enter the location of his or
> her FR, so people, who would like to see and/or touch it before buying
> own, could find the closest FR-owner
> The Google-Form offers a kind of summary too, which may show some usefull
> statistics if enough FR-owners take part in the survey. However it cannot,
> whatever reason, be made public. If someone is interessted I'll publish the
> summary somewhere else then.
> Thanks in advance for your support!
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> community at lists.openmoko.org
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