The survey about Firebird 3 installer is closed, and results are now published (see below).
Thanks to everyone who participated and contributed with comments and ideas. I hope the result will help guiding the Project about what people expect/wants from the official installer 😉
The Firebird Project needs your opinion regarding some points in the Windows installer of the upcoming Firebird 3.0 final release. Please answer the survey available at https://eSurv.org?u=fb3installer based on your preferences.
Your answer can help to guide us in future enhancements. Survey will be online until 20-Nov-2015.
Our survey about what languages you use with Firebird will be closed in a few days. If you have not voted yet, do it now! Knowing what Firebird users are currently using may help in directing future project decisions, etc.
The survey is in the right sidebar in the main page of the site.
We have a new poll in the site, about what languages are most used with Firebird. Please vote going to our mainpage and voting in the poll displayed in the right sidebar.
Please vote and spread this poll to other Firebird users.
A new survey from EvansData about Software Development Tools mentions Firebird among the preferred Database choices. You can participate in the survey (and win points to trade for prizes later) accessing http://surveys.evansdata.com/20130220.php
Vote for Firebird as Database of the Year 2012 at LinuxQuestions (must be
registered user with at least one post)
Only 2 days left before the polls close. Please cast your vote if you haven’t done so already.
Paul Vinkenoog on Firebird Generals list
Vote for Firebird as Database of the Year 2012 at LinuxQuestions (must be registered user with at least one post)
Spread the word on all forums and Firebird communities
Vote on our new poll visiting the mainpage of FirebirdNews.org. Look at the sidebar.
Jaybird users and developers are invited to participate in the currently on-line survey that will be open until tomorrow (28-Sept).
The Jaybird team would like to invite developers and users of Jaybird to fill out a survey on your use of Jaybird (Firebird JDBC driver). You can find the survey at http://infopoll.net/live/surveys/s36021.htm. The results of the survey will be used to decide where to focus development of the upcoming Jaybird versions.
The survey will be online until 28-September. If you use Jaybird in your projects, don’t miss the chance to participate in this survey.