The New Survey for Q1 2016 is Out!

Following the previous edition in Q4 2015, the BoilingSteam GNU/Linux gamers survey is back. You can see the recent results of the past survey shared just a few days ago.

This time you get a revised questionnaire (with hopefully more appropriate choices for most situations), but overall it’s fairly similar to the version from Q4 2015. Several comments from the previous survey were taken in account to make it more accurate.

This is great opportunity for all Linux gamers to make their voice heard, as there is, to my knowledge, no other survey which is that exhaustive in coverage. You do not need a Google account to answer the survey:

Survey Link

It should take between 10 and 20 minutes to answer. Thank you for taking some of your time to answer! The survey will stay open for 15 days, until the 7th of April.

Results will be shared within Q2 2016.


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I was unsure about the question “Which of the following is the “Least Evil” Solution from your standpoint?” Does it ask about the most evil solution I just (barely) find acceptable?
Because the least evil obviously seems to be the “most good”, like running only open source games on your completely open source system…

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Holofonoro

And done! Your survey surely was darn long, but well made.

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