Please forgive the double-posting, but wanted to give a last reminder 
that the Omeka team wants to learn more about who Omeka devs are, where 
they are, what they're doing, and -- most importantly -- how we can help 
your work.

Original message is below. TL;DR: There's a survey asking Omeka devs at

So far, 13 countries in 4 continents (come on Africa and Asia! 
Antarctica would be awesome) are represented by librarians, developers, 
CTOs, archaeologists, analysts, sysadmins, freelancers and more.

We want to hear from as many coders, at any level, before we start 
studying results on February 19.

Thanks, all.
Patrick Murray-John
Omeka Director of Developer Outreach

On 02/02/2016 03:29 PM, Patrick Murray-John wrote:
> In the past few years, we have been delighted to see more and more 
> developers of both themes and plugins contacting us on our <a 
> href="!forum/omeka-dev">developer 
> list</a> and on the <a href="">forums</a>. 
> That has made us curious about who all of you are, and what can we do 
> better to help you.
> With that in mind, we've put together a short survey to get to know 
> you better. It'll take about ten minutes. We're asking about where you 
> are, what kinds of places you work for, and what kinds of Omeka 
> development you do.
> We'll use this information to guide our documentation and outreach 
> efforts. Personal information, of course, will not be exposed or sent 
> to others.
> We'd like to hear about any level of Omeka development, from building 
> a plugin to hacking a couple lines of a theme. All those activities 
> are important to us, and knowing about the people and projects that 
> spur the activity will help tremendously. Please fill out and share <a 
> href="">the survey</a> if you have 
> written or hacked Omeka code.
> We'll start compiling and analyzing the data on February 19, so 
> responses before then are much appreciated.
> Many thanks,
> Patrick Murray-John
> Director of Omeka Developer Outreach