LinuxQuestions.org announced that voting for the 2005 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards is now open. The Members Choice Awards allow the Linux community to select their favorite products in a variety of categories. Awards will be given out in 20 categories, including Distribution of the Year, Browser of the Year, Office Suite of the Year, Desktop Environment of the Year and Database of the Year. The polls will close on March 16th and winners will have the option of receiving their award at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in Boston. Last year’s winners include Firefox, OOo, and MySQL.
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Submitted by jeremy 2006-01-30 Linux 6 Comments
…now I’ve done my voting.
Am I the only person having issues with this category?
After all, isn’t this overly broad?
How can you judge amongst such different programs? I can understand in a “app of the year” contest or something, but wouldn’t it be better to have “audio player/organization” “cd burning” etc separate?
K3B vs. Amarok?! How am I to choose? I’ll take the fact that I can’t as a good sign, however…It bodes well for OSS in general.
Ok, I choose amaroK…just because it’s a killer app for me. It surpasses any similar program on every platform I’ve ever encountered. It’s truly an amazing piece of software, particularly for those of us with gigs of music that keep up with their ID3 tags (if not, you can have…chaos).
Still, I can’t wait to see if there are any surprises…Besides OpenOffice, Gaim, Firefox, etc…