[uf-new] hSet Survey - Current Results
msporny at digitalbazaar.com
Wed May 30 09:27:21 PDT 2007
Below are the current results related to the hSet survey. If you can,
please note your preference as to how we handle the hset problem:
1. Please go to the following URL: http://www.advancedsurvey.com/
2. Enter the Survey Number under the "Enter Survey #" field.
The number is: 52427
Here are the current results from the hSet survey (there were only 7
people that filled out the survey - we need a larger sample group. If
you haven't taken the survey yet, please do.):
1. The grouping problem needs to be solved.
Yes 4 57.14%
No 1 14.29%
I'm confused as to what the grouping problem is... 2 28.57%
2. The following identified types of grouping should have a solution.
The definition for these types are provided on the grouping-examples page:
ordered grouping 6 28.57%
unordered grouping 5 23.81%
sparse grouping 6 28.57%
non-sparse grouping 4 19.05%
I don't know what this means... 0 0.00%
3. We should handle grouping on a Microformat-by-Microformat basis.
Yes 2 28.57%
In general, but should consider other options if it is obvious that this
might cause a problem 1 14.29%
No, it has been demonstrated that the problem can be solved
generally. 1 14.29%
No, grouping is going to get out of hand if we do it on a
4. The following methods of solving the general grouping problem are
Option #3 on the grouping-brainstorming page 3 50.00%
Option #7 on the grouping-brainstorming page 3 50.00%
View textual responses for this question.:
5. Using dot-notation for identifiers and classes is an acceptable
practice when authoring CSS and XHTML.
Yes, dot-notation is not a foreign concept to most website authors.
Maybe, only website authors are familiar with it
No, it is too complicated for most website authors
I have no idea what dot-notation is...
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