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Hey everybody, I'm in the process of starting the data collection part of my thesis on Why people are Joining Mastodon. I'm looking for people who would be interested in participating in an interview to share their experiences about their time on the platform. If you want to
participate or have any advice (which I really appreciate) please dm me. Thank you all very much!

@Antonio Make a scientific-ish questionnaire. Post the link. Ask for boosts and promise to send the results to any participant. 🙂

@JordiGH
Thank you so much for wanting to participate it truly means a lot to me!

I’m currently doing the interviews mainly via zoom. I have this link in which you can schedule the meeting to your best convenience. I use this system mainly because of time zones. If none of the times work for you, or if you want to use a platform different than zoom, please tell me and we can work something out.

calendly.com/antonio-vasconcel

Once again, thank you so much for helping!

@Antonio Are you looking for folks that joined recently or within some time frame or...?

@benhamill

Hey any time frame will do. I think this will result in diferent experiences which is very interesting.

@Antonio And do you only want X-twit/fb users? I used neither and joined masto as soon as I heard about it solely because it was *not* either of those :-)
No regrets either.

@Antonio Hopefully you'll consider the fediverse rather than a single piece of software

@Antonio I joined in the elon musk Exodus from Twitter, but like it here a lot. Let me know if you want me to fill out a questionnaire or something, I'd be happy to 😊

@Beatlesandworms

Hi Aleusha thank you so much for wanting to help!

Would you be willing to participate in an 20 -30 minutes interview via zoom ?

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