This post will be used to document the results from this research. The poll closed over the weekend so it’ll take a little time to publish them.
During the approaching GNU Radio streaming weekend, we’ll be doing some UX Design work. The design challenge we’re going to tackle is the process for users to create a new GRC flowgraph. I’ve created this short survey to get a better understanding of how GRC users currently create a new flowgraph, and the run it.
The objective of this quick survey is to get some understanding of what languages are spoken by Cloudron users. You can find out more about translation work in this forum link. The data gathered will be shared on the Cloudron forum. View Survey NB: This survey has been created by Bernard Tyers, a Cloudron user. […]
OS: Mac OS X Catalina 10.5.6Python version: 3.9 (most up-to-date at this time and installed like this) Package to install: guinness (Good things come to those who wait) This is a reminder to myself on how to do create a virtenv.
The pip UX Team is looking for your input into future pip behaviour! What is this research about? This research is to understand what behaviour users expect from pip where upgrading a package would introduce dependency conflict(s) to already installed packages. I want to give my input! Great! Nicole has put together a 1 question […]
Hello! It’s Bernard and Nicole here from the pip team. What’s this research about? The team is working on the improving the way that pip resolves package dependency conflicts and would like feedback from users who have projects with complex dependencies. By complex dependencies we mean projects that: have at least 10 package dependencies some […]
This is an ongoing analysis of the Python pip UX Study signups. These figures will change as new people sign-up for the studies. The purpose of this is to give the pip team some understanding of the kinds of participants that are taking part in our research. How long have you been using Python?Infogram Copy: […]
Do you use Python? pip? If so, sign-up to take part in the pip UX Studies.
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