Wow! This takes me back! Please check the date this post was authored, as it may no longer be relevant in a modern context.
Update: We’re happy to announce that results of the 2015 survey are available!
The 2015 Community Survey closed on February 20th. Thank you for participating!
Calling all Ember users!
In 2014 Ember.js was a rapidly changing framework. The community and Ember Core Team tackled hard problems, many of which felt self-evident. We struck out in a new direction with Ember-CLI, created a bustling addon ecosystem, completed most of the grunt work on HTMLBars, and made huge strides in Ember-Data and API standardization.
As Ember gains adoption, we should take a moment to check our assumptions about who is using the framework and how. A little reflection on what happens in the wild can keep us honest and focused.
With this aim, I’m pleased to announce the unofficial Ember Community Survey!
Completing the survey should take about ten minutes. We will be accepting submissions until February 20th.
Please help us spread the word by sharing:
on your social network feeds, at meetups, and around your office and other communities.
With your answers (all anonymous), we will create some visuals and write up our insights before EmberConf 2015 (March 3-4th). If you have any immediate questions, feel free to email us at email@example.com.