Practical Fragments has run polls on topics including readership, screening methods, favorite metrics (here and here), maximum and minimum fragment size, and the importance of structural information.
We’re interested in how things are changing, particularly in terms of our readership (last polled in 2010) and what fragment-finding methods are most popular (last polled in 2011).
Also, one topic that comes up repeatedly (for example here and here) but has never been actually polled is how many fragments make a good library – we’ve added a question about that too.
Please add your input for 2013; the more people who vote, the more representative the numbers will be. You can find all three questions on the right side of the page, below the "Links of Utility".
We’ll summarize the results and compare them to the previous polls in an upcoming post.
Also, please let us know if you would like us to repeat any of our other polls, and feel free to suggest new topics.