Am 30.03.2011 08:06, schrieb Helen South:
That's one of the beauties of the free-form style of blog that we mostly have, you aren't locked into schedules and formats, and I think for the most part readers don't mind too much, if something catches their eye they will read it.
I've been writing some questions for someone who agreed to be an interview victim too. As Manu mentioned in another post, it would be good to design questions for our interviewees - not just give them a cookie-cutter list. It can be helpful to do the interview in sections, sending a couple of starter questions, then following up with further questions in response to their answers, so it is a proper discussion.
Okay, but I think, we should use the original "people of openSUSE" questions, if I understood you right!? I recieved the answers by Per Jessen already, and their are ready to go public. The only question is when. I would handle it so:
When we decided to publish the answers, we sould give the interviewed person 5 days, to read along with his answers and maybe correct or add something. This would be fair for the ones who answered and good for us, because we can plan in this time an other interview and maybe anounce it soon.