[HOT] DRAFT- HOT Nepal Response Community Survey

john whelan jwhelan0112 at gmail.com
Wed May 20 19:08:28 UTC 2015

One of the problems with any survey is sample.  Unfortunately where you
appear to be hosting it requires an email address, not only that but if you
sign in with Google it requests your contact list. This may turn some
people away from the survey before you start and is HOT the only people who
see this information or does Dropbox get to keep it as well?

There is a concept of respondent burden ie ask them as little as possible.
Could the data be obtained in any other way?  You already know their email
address from HOT, given that could you extract the information about the
number of times they have mapped?  I suggest you ask permission to look at
their HOT mapping in case it contravenes any privacy laws anywhere.

Cheerio John

On 20 May 2015 at 14:51, laura brittain <l.n.brittain at gmail.com> wrote:

> This looks great.
> I wonder if you'd want to add any questions about difficulties people may
> have had with the process or software.
> For instance JOSM questions.
> That was one reason I thought about not continuing to map at first and
> it's one of the areas I want to give feedback about.
> It could be a part of the loss of a lot of contributors, even with ID
> editor.
> I'm available as a trained proofreader if anyone wants another set of
> eyes. But you probably have enough. :-)
> Sent from my iPad
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