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Re: How to poll the users

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: How to poll the users
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2020 23:37:52 -0400

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  > > * Mail to info-gnu-emacs and help-gnu-emacs, and any other suitable
  > > place, presenting the proposed change in sufficient detail that people
  > > can judge it, and where to email the response, as well as what kind of
  > > information we seek.

  > How many subscribers do these mailing lists have?

I don't know.  Do you?

We could ask the FSF sysadmins.

  > For comparison,

Those two lists are the only ways I know of to reach Emacs users.

I don't know of any other suitable places, but it is good to find

                    the StackOverflow surveys we've seen mentioned in this 
  > thread count about 4000 dedicated Emacs users (that filled out the 
  > survey). The Emacs StackExchange site has around 20'000 registered 
  > users. The Emacs subreddit has almost 40'000 subscribers.

I have never used StackExchange or Reddit, and I don't know how they
are structured.  Are you suggesting them as additional places to send
our polls to?

Have you got any other suggestions of places?

Dr Richard Stallman
Chief GNUisance of the GNU Project (https://gnu.org)
Founder, Free Software Foundation (https://fsf.org)
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