Insight: The Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Survey
The Ubuntu 20.04 LTS survey which is going run until January 10, 2020, is collecting feedback from the pubic for it’s upcoming Ubuntu.
Ubuntu 20.04 is the next long-term support (LTS) release of Ubuntu.
Rhys Davies ( Ubuntu) explains the motive behind this public survey:
Hopefully, with this survey, we’ll find out one way or another. We want to know your thoughts, your feedback, your frustrations and your stories. If you use Ubuntu, that’s great; we want to understand how and why? If there are certain things you like or certain things you dislike, we want to know. If we’re missing some feature you need for work, or you wish we would do something differently, we want to know. We hope this survey can give you the chance to tell us the whys and give us suggestions that we can action going forward. If you don’t use Ubuntu, that’s fine too; we want to know why, what you know about Ubuntu, and how we could move you to make the change.
Ubuntu is built out of passion, and a love of open-source. Our mission is to make open-source software available to everyone and to fuel innovation by giving innovators the technology they need. Of course, to do this, we need your involvement. The survey will take responses for a month and a day, until January 10th, then we will close and analyse the results. Once the results are in and we have extrapolated our findings in a meaningful/presentable way, we will publish the results for all to see.