1. Default Section

* 1. Are you a GNOME Foundation member?

* 2. Are you a member of the FSF?

* 3. Are you a member of an FSF-affiliated organization? If so, which one?

* 4. In what way would you ordinarily refer to "an operating system based on a Linux kernel and using mainstream, mainly community-developed components and applications"? (Distributions representing such include Debian, Gentoo, Fedora, Open SuSE, etc. Android does not qualify, nor does WebOS, etc.)

* 5. If you were limited to the choice of referring to such an operating system as either "Linux" or "GNU/Linux", which term would you be more likely to use?

* 6. Of the following choices, rank the order of importance which do you feel the GNOME Board should be giving to them.

  Least important Less important More important Most important
Educating users about the FSF's views on software freedom
Providing technical oversight and direction
Overseeing the GNOME 3 road map
Building better bridges to corporate users of GNOME technologies

* 7. Who, of the FSF on the one hand and the GNOME Foundation Board on the other, should be chiefly responsible for "educating users about software freedom"?