Posts from March 2012

  • Blog: Ubuntu User Surveys 2012 – Part 4 and Final

    I wanted to know what the reasons were for people choosing Ubuntu. After all there are other better-known choices out there. For the respondents across all three surveys, open source stood out as the key attribute, true whatever the age of the respondents and whenever they adopted Ubuntu. Curiosity was almost equally as important, and […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu User Surveys 2012 – Part 3

    So as promised let’s take a look a the next set of results from the Ubuntu Survey.  I am going to bundle together the broader world of Ubuntu looking at other OSes people use, Ubuntu One usage, whether people are interested in the new products announced and likelihood to purchase Ubuntu pre-installed. As usual where […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu User Surveys 2012 – Part 2

    Yesterday we looked at the demographics of the respondents to the survey and some observations about the validity of the date. I recommend you read that post first. Today though we are going to dive a little more into how people first discovered Ubuntu and installed it. How long have you used Ubuntu? I wanted […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu User Surveys 2012 – Part 1

    Ok, we got a lot of response to the user survey poll, so thank you to everybody that took part. I will publish access to all the results through the fantastic Survermonkey site on Monday, but to make it easier to digest, I’ll split the results out over three blog posts. Before I delve into […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu Server Survey 2012

    The Ubuntu Server Survey is finally ready to be published it makes for a fascinating read. It is the third survey of its kind and again it has been an overwhelming response with over 6,000 completed surveys throughout 2011 and a heartfelt thanks to all who took the time to complete the comprehensive survey. The […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu Server Survey 2010 released

    We are ready to release the report on the server survey, the information for which was gathered at the tail end of 2009 by the server community in collaboration with Canonical. The survey contained a vast array of questions, many of which were general and many others user-prompted depending on previous response. We are grateful […]

  • Blog: 2009 Ubuntu Server Edition user survey

    The Ubuntu Server Team wants to know how you use Ubuntu Server Edition in day-to-day operations to help the team prioritize the support and development of the product.  This is the second edition of this initiative which was first introduced in 2008. In an effort to better understand, support and further the Ubuntu Server Edition […]