Le 2010-10-27 12:32, AG a écrit :
Considering Marc's perspective, I think that it is fine to have a sense
of who the user-base is, where they are from (regional, not specific
granularity!!), the purpose for which they use the software (home/ work/
SOHO), and what component they use/ like the most (& why - i.e.
feedback). The focus is on the software, the use and the context of its
usage, and could be a user opt-in.
Is it feasible to adopt something akin to the Debian popularity contest
and apply that to the LibO installation process?
 e.g.: http://popcon.debian.org/ and http://lwn.net/Articles/75753/
Hi AG. Could you give an example?
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