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Re: Community input wanted: How to compile questions for an interview.



On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 12:24 AM, Jonathan Roberts
<jonrob fedoraproject org> wrote:
> My opinion is not to ask questions based on their popularity but on
> what will make the best interview. I know that's actually out of line
> with Fedora's whole approach to things, but it's adding a whole extra
> layer of complexity that won't necessarily lead to a better
> end-product.
>
> In the past I've run interviews where I've invited people to send in
> their questions and then just used the best of those, and ordered them
> in the way that makes it the most interesting for the audience and
> also causes the interview to make sense. This worked well. Having some
> flow from question to question is, I think, important.

I defer to your expertise and experience.  I'll probably just ask for
questions on my blog and sift through them.

-jef


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