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Re: Survey about autocompletion in GNU/Emacs

From: David Arroyo Menendez
Subject: Re: Survey about autocompletion in GNU/Emacs
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2016 14:02:38 -0400

Richard Stallman <address@hidden> writes:

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>   > > Does it work to answer the questions without running Javascript code?
>   > > Or does all the Javascript code carry a free license?
>   > Yes, it does.
> I am not sure which question that answers.  Does it mean the JS code
> carries a free license?
>                 You can answer the questions without running Javascript,
> That's good.
>   > but it's a trick to don't answer mandatory answers.
> I don't understand that answer.

There are mandatory answers and javascript forces don't continue if you
don't answer.

The survey has 123 answers (97 partial + 23 full). Thanks for the
collaboration! The survey is open yet in

Perhaps, the social research (surveys + interviews) can improve the
democracy direct between users and developers in free software projects


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