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Who Is Doing It?

Widi (Who Is Doing It?) is a Web-based system for conducting an online survey. It includes a questionnaire and code for creating graphical representations of its collected statistics. It was created as part of a research project at the TU Berlin whose purpose is to learn more about Open Source developers. Widi is written in PHP3, and it is database independent, by means of PHPLib. It has support for four languages, a FAQ, a privacy policy, and it allows comments to be submitted.

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  •  02 Jul 2001 20:44

    Release Notes: Several statistics have been enhanced, internationalization is complete, a French translation has been added, and there are lots of minor bugfixes.

    •  27 Jun 2001 12:23

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      Recent comments

      27 Jun 2001 10:43 grex

      Please, help us with our research!
      If you are an Open Source/free software developer, we would be very thankful if you would concede 5 minutes of your precious time to fill out the questionaire (http://widi.berlios.de) we have set up for this objective.


      The required data is non-personal and you don't have to fill out any field that you don't like to. Up-to-date statistics (http://widi.berlios.de/stats.php3) are available reflecting the postings already acounted for. Widi has also been translated to several languages (English, German, Spanish and soon French) for your convenience.


      Comments and suggestions are also welcome.

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