关于如何支配资金的调查/问题

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感谢您花时间参与 2012 年资金支配优先级调查。维基基金会希望通过这份调查了解维基人最需要哪些资源(有的需要经费)以及如何按优先级排序。并非所有基金会的计划会在这里列出(核心运行被有意地忽略) —— 只列出个人贡献者或维基基金会附属的组织,如分会,所需要的资源。

这里的目标是确定你个人(或组织,如分会、俱乐部)对什么感兴趣,并按喜好排序。我们没有列出如“保障服务器正常运行”,因为那不是个人或志愿者组织的职责。我们希望这份调查能够告诉我们贡献者对资金支配优先级的共识和分歧。

对多数人来说,这份调查只需不到 15 分钟即可完成。您的个人回答是保密的,但有的结果可能会被整体共享。公布的调查结果不会包含任何个人识别信息。

回答这些问题即表示您允许我们记录您的答案并同意将他们赠予公有领域。这使得我们能够自由与他人分享您的答案以进行公开分析研究。这份调查不会索取您的姓名、地址、电话号码或电子邮件,而且我们也不会分享您的个人识别信息(法律要求除外)。我们的承诺假定您不会将个人信息整合到并未索取它们的问题的答案中

维基基金会是一个国际化组织。回答我们的问题即表示您同意您的答案会被传送到美国和其他为完成此项目目标的地方

如果您未满 13 岁,请勿完成这份调查

您最常编辑哪种语言?
您最常编辑哪个项目?
  • 维基百科
  • 维基新闻
  • 维基文库
  • 维基词典
  • 维基教科书
  • 维基语录
  • Wikiversity
  • 其他
您居住在哪个国家
您如何描述您的工作?(最多可选 3 项)
  • 内容创作(如:撰写、修改文章,拍摄照片等)
  • 内容编辑整理(如:组织分类内容,寻找自由资源并上传,等)
  • 内容评估(如:新页面监察,图文质量评估等)
  • 项目管理(如:破坏监察,执行管理操作,确认用户等)
  • 贡献者、编者支持(如:调解,仲裁,提供帮助等)
  • 读者支持(如:回复读者来信等)
  • 社区外延(如:教育项目,GLAM计划等)
  • Infrastructural movement support (e.g., Chapters, Chapters committee, OTRS permission channels, etc.)
  • Technical (e.g., MediaWiki coding, bot writing, etc.)
  • Other (please describe)
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Here is the same list of resources. Please mark each resource that you think you might one day want to access, yourself.