We often struggle to get feedback from our people, in particular if it's supposed to be anonymous. There are external systems on the Internet which are typically commercial, where (free) usage is limited and situation with GDPR isn't clear.

I want us to investigate and find (or found!) an Open Source project that allows to easily collect (internal) surveys.

Must be

  • secure, safe, stable, anonymous (add more buzz here)
  • easy survey setup, templating
  • structured data export (at least raw, and not necessarily processed data)
  • looks and feels cool

Looking for mad skills in:

survey anonymous tool

This project is part of:

Hack Week 17

Activity

  • about 1 year ago: federico3 liked Investigate and setup internal survey system
  • about 1 year ago: dfaggioli liked Investigate and setup internal survey system
  • about 1 year ago: rsimai started Investigate and setup internal survey system
  • about 1 year ago: rsimai liked Investigate and setup internal survey system
  • about 1 year ago: rsimai added keyword "tool" to Investigate and setup internal survey system
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    • rsimai
      about 1 year ago by rsimai | Reply

      I've set up a service on http://10.86.0.211/ If someone is interested to play with it, please let me know.

    • rsimai
      about 1 year ago by rsimai | Reply

      For those who are interested, I used LimeSurvey to collect feedback about Hackweek. Results are here: https://w3.suse.de/~rsimai/hackweek/limesurvey/hackweek17LimeSurvey.pdf

      I however discovered a few weaknesses while I was using 2.7 (and not 3.0 latest and greatest). I guess I'll have to redo this some time. The data export e.g. for the "Sorting" question type is weird (to say the least) and even though it automatically creates charts for rating questions, it's not too flexible to customize these. I ended up using LibreOffice with the data export...

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