Posted on 2020-04-19 by Jeroen De Dauw
We are running a survey to find out how MediaWiki can be improved for the typical user.
Are you using MediaWiki? Or have you looked into using it? We'd love to hear what your experience was like. Letting us know your thoughts only takes a few minutes.
We are doing this survey since we think the needs of the typical user are not that well understood. Most feedback on the MediaWiki software comes from highly technical users or from those involved with Wikimedia. If you fall into one of these categories, this survey is not for you, though please do share it with more typical users.
Please do not fill out the survey if you are a MediaWiki developer, MediaWiki consultant, Wikimedia employee or if your primary MediaWiki usage is on Wikimedia projects.
Are you currently using MediaWiki? Then go to the MediaWiki User Survey.
Are you considering using MediaWiki or did you investigate MediaWiki in the past? Then fill out the MediaWiki survey for non-users.
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Have you looked into MediaWiki before? But are not using it (yet)? What where your impressions? What did you like? What did you hate? Did you choose an alternative? Our survey only takes a few minutes.https://t.co/6bp0Yw6RCK#RemoteTools #RemoteWork #HomeOffice #wiki #remote— Professional.Wiki (@ProWikiExperts) April 20, 2020
Are you using #MediaWiki at your company or organization? Let us know how we can make the software stack even better! Or rant about how bad it is for usecase xyz, we love negative feedback!https://t.co/jWe3bZauBV#wiki #UserExperience #RemoteTools #KnowledgeManagement— Professional.Wiki (@ProWikiExperts) April 20, 2020
We are running a survey for #MediaWiki users and one for people not using MediaWiki but have looked into it. Take a few minutes to share your thoughts and help make the software even better!https://t.co/gFb50uFWzJ#OpenSource #wiki #KnowledgeManagement #RemoteTools— Professional.Wiki (@ProWikiExperts) April 20, 2020
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