Originally Posted by Michael
It's got your name at the top of all the articles on your site in which you editorialise about GNOME's "disinterest" in this survey. Whilst I appreciate that it was Felipe Contreras (and not a single other person, looking through the revision history of the Gist you didn't link to) who put actual fingers to keyboard, I think it's fair to say that you are very close to it. Example:
Number of articles by Michael Larabel about Felipe Contreras' survey: 3*
Number of blog posts by Felipe Contreras about Felipe Contreras' survey: 0
*MTIyOTQ, MTI0OTU, MTI0MDg not including the 3 other posts which describe and link to it
So no, I don't think you can distance yourself from the 2012 survey, or its deficiencies / bias / weirdness.
Interesting footnote: whilst looking for anything from Felipe about the survey — no tweets or G+ posts, either — I wasn't able to find a single message about this year's survey in the GNOME desktop-devel archives. I'm sure you have a basis for your claim that "the GNOME Foundation still isn't interested in having a user survey": what is it?