This is about internal monthly team reports, i.e. summit#10.
Does it happen consistently?
At the scale of the project, it does not happen consistently: it varies a lot depending on the team.
More precisely, as of 2021-03-09:
4 teams send reports consistently: every month since at least October, inclusive.
2 teams send reports mostly consistently: they have occasionally skipped a report, but have resumed since.
3 teams did not send reports since 2+ months, after having sent them consistently in the beginning.
Figure out how much these reports are read
Figure out how the people who read reports perceive them
Figure out how the people expected to write reports experience this process
Identify problems that these reports do not solve, on our path towards ensuring teams communicate with the rest of the project
Since the Summit 2020, every Tails team is expected to send a report to email@example.com every month.
Let's evaluate how this process works for us, both individually and as a project!
Thanks in advance for your participation.
Which proportion of team reports do you read?
- All or most
- None or almost none
If you read at least some team reports: as a reader, how useful to you find these reports?
- Very useful
- Rather useful
- Rather useless
- Mostly useless
If you read at least some team reports: why do you perceive these reports like this? [freeform]
If you read none or almost none of team reports, just curious: why don't you read these reports? [freeform]
How could these reports be more useful to you, as a potential reader? [freeform]
Are you part of a team that's expected to send reports?
- I don't know
If you are part of a team that's expected to send reports, how much do you participate in preparing your team's reports?
- Very involved
- Somewhat involved
- Not really involved
How does this monthly report requirement affect the work of your team?
- Very positively
- Rather positively
- Rather negatively
- Very negatively
- Not applicable (I am not involved in the process)
Why does this requirement affect the work of your team like this? [freeform]
What problems are not solved by these reports, in terms of communication between teams? Do you have ideas that could improve this? [freeform]