[HacktionLab] Anonymous survey tech?

Brent thebrentc at gmail.com
Mon Dec 10 14:43:29 UTC 2018

Thanks guys

Yup key point about risking duplicate responses. Not a major issue I think
for my little research but generally. I reckon an approach like logging
hashes of something like IP addresses to check against would work for a
good majority of general users.

Network23 is great in not storing IPs at all. Wordpress contact form could
work, if a bit clunky. For others' general info, Network23 has some
sensible limitations- a full-access wordpress install could use survey or
form plugins to store data in database with theme customised to be 'bare'
if desired.

Disroot looks good generally thanks although doesn't do full survey-type
forms. There's a not so usual dilemma here in that there's privacy need,
but the website pictures of folk in masks running riot could have
interesting effects on potentially not-so-radical research respondents.
Also, ye old trust question- i have some idea of e.g. network23 but don't
know disroot.

Hmm. Thinking about network23, thanks, or might just use disclaimers with
fall back to the good ol' paper or PGP options.


On Sun, 9 Dec 2018 at 18:25, bou <bou at aktivix.org> wrote:

> Don't know how anonymous these would be, but if you don't have where to
> put your drupal installation, you can start here:
> https://framaforms.org/
> https://disroot.org/en/services/polls
> b.
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