I wish the survey were from the technical department instead of the marketing department.
Make your voice be heard?!?
This is a joke, right? I guess I'm most annoyed by the way the survey was advertised. Because it's not at all about my "voice", but about getting a sales profile to market the product 'me'.
I.e. the questions read much like "how can we improve our ads revenue" and not "how can we make the site better". Sorry, I'm quite disappointed from the survey, and will likely not participate the next time.
(Plus, I was unable to answer most of the questions, as they are all about jobs, and I'm a lowish student. What am I supposed to answer as company size?!?)
I would have expected the questions to be carefully chosen on the lines of:
- I'm bothered by seeing too many low-quality questions (that then end up being closed)
- The tone on SO is a bit rude sometimes
- There are too many SE sites, I can't keep track of them anymore (and thus keep on asking on SO)
Because these questions would allow getting a quantitative feeling how users feel about the sites.
It's scary to see the survey ignore students this badly.
This has been discussed above; but the survey essentially conveys the message "we only care about you, if you are employed", doesn't it?
bitcoin, I have no idea what is the equivalent in USD, one day it inflates, the next day China bans it.