Project Assessment - a QUANTA inspired Survey 2004
If you are not a Quanta member, the data will not be emailed to Quanta, but stored in a database in my system.
The following section is directed to Quanta members. The 'prizes' are only for Quanta members.
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There is lots of talk and chat every now and again about projects that could be used to spend Quanta's assets.
Many folk continually whine (and I use that term deliberately) on the
mailing lists about why Quanta does not do something with its assets.
One of the problems is if a project does not approach Quanta, then can
anyone expect Quanta to write a cheque.
Another problem with a declining membership is trying to ascertain just
what demand there is for particular projects. If the majority of Quanta
members are using the original hardware and want a new accelerator
board, then this would be a sensible project for the benefit of members.
If only a handful are still using the original hardware and they do not
want to purchase anything, it maybe a little foolish to finance just
such a project.
It may turn out that the majority of members are actually running
emulators and would prefer us to support software projects. Although we
can ask everyone who attends QL workshops, this is in fact a small
percentage of the community. I am inviting each of you to fill in the
small questionnaire below.
Would you like the chance to win one of three cash prizes? Then respond
to this membership survey promptly and your name will be entered into
the Draw. You could win £5 or £10 or even £15
With such a small number of members, please feel free to add any comments you think necessary, as we will read every one.
Some of us expect Quanta to be around for a long time. If that is to be
the case, then the question is how should Quanta best support its
ALL responses will be entered into a Draw for one of three cash prizes - You have the chance to win £5 or £10 or £15
REMEMBER - If you don’t reply you can't expect to win
John Southern, QUANTA Secretary