[AusNOG] APNIC Member and Stakeholder Survey 2012
terry at terrym.net
Tue May 15 11:00:25 EST 2012
It's good to see that APNIC continues to seek stakeholder feedback.
I was doing the survey just now, thus I encourage everyone to do the survey, and I noticed a few little nits.
When answering some questions about APNIC training, there isn't a "not applicable" check-box. So I can't validly say I agree nor disagree as I haven't done, nor do I expect to ever do APNIC training. I've left some of them blank with the assumption that will be the interpretation by the survey facilitator.
When ending the survey, it doesn't give me an option to not provide my email address. I'm not _that_ interested in winning a prize (so if I happen to win - pick a worthy cause and sent it their way) so in situations like that I would much prefer to see that as an option to provide details if a prize draw was the motivating factor for me doing the survey.
On 14/05/2012, at 5:05 PM, Elly Tawhai wrote:
> Hi AUSNOG Community,
> APNIC is currently carrying out the APNIC Survey 2012. Because members
> of AUSNOG are important Internet stakeholders in the Asia Pacific
> region, APNIC would greatly appreciate your feedback on its services to
> the community and the development of the Internet in the Asia Pacific
> region. As APNIC and the AUSNOG work together closely, the results
> will also benefit the AUSNOG community.
> APNIC has tailored the Survey to ensure you will not have to answer
> questions on APNIC Member issues that are not relevant to you. It should
> not take you longer than 10-15 minutes to complete.
> Kindly take a few minutes to answer questions in the following sections:
> - Section B: APNIC outreach, training, Conferences, and IPv6
> - Section C: APNIC public information systems and Internet
> You can find the survey at:
> We thank you for your valuable feedback. If you have any questions,
> please don't hesitate to contact us.
> Kind regards,
> Elly Tawhai
> On behalf of APNIC
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