Don Davis is a busy man.
From working toward his Masters Degree to video documentation of Free Open Source Software, Don has about enough time left to eat and sleep...
Not real heavy on the sleep part.
Don has worked with and helped The HeliOS Project on many levels, most recently he volunteered to lead the Install Team during the 2010 Linux Against Poverty event.
Don isn't just a user of FOSS and Linux...he's a True Believer. It's no wonder that his career choice followed that of his beliefs.
As part of their Graduate work, Don and his partner in this study, Iffat Jabeen have constructed a comprehensive survey.
If you are a Linux User or an IT professional using FOSS or Linux, this is a survey you might want to take. You can complete it in 10 minutes or so and it would greatly help Don and Iffat in completing their project.
Here is the general goal of the survey:
"This research study is being conducted by Don Davis and Iffat Jabeen, graduate students at Texas State University-San Marcos. The purpose of this research is to examine the role and possible benefits of legitimate peripheral participation and learning in the Gnu/Linux FOSS community."
You can find the start page for the survey here.
I would personally appreciate it.