Community Survey – Let Us Know What Matters to You

Community Survey – Let Us Know What Matters to You

A new community survey from the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) is now live. We offer these surveys every 5 years, so please visit the link and help us better understand your needs and priorities.

Our goal is to continue to ensure the role of the individual in the development, adoption and professional use of open source software. To achieve this goal, LPI needs to be more driven and led by open source professionals—by the people whose skills we have certified. Results from this survey will influence the programs, benefits, and resources we offer our community members.

The survey is anonymous, responses are optional, and all data collected is subject to LPI’s Privacy Policy.

Questions cover a range of issues, including what services and training you value from LPI, what kinds of discounts and incentives we should offer, and how we can further help free and open source communities. There are also open-ended questions where you can list your concerns.


About Andrew Oram:

Andy is a writer and editor in the computer field. His editorial projects at O'Reilly Media ranged from a legal guide covering intellectual property to a graphic novel about teenage hackers. Andy also writes often on health IT, on policy issues related to the Internet, and on trends affecting technical innovation and its effects on society. Print publications where his work has appeared include The Economist, Communications of the ACM, Copyright World, the Journal of Information Technology & Politics, Vanguardia Dossier, and Internet Law and Business. Conferences where he has presented talks include O'Reilly's Open Source Convention, FISL (Brazil), FOSDEM (Brussels), DebConf, and LibrePlanet. Andy participates in the Association for Computing Machinery's policy organization, USTPC.

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