Home > Linux > LinuxJournal’s 2001 Reader’s Choice Awards LinuxJournal’s 2001 Reader’s Choice Awards Eugenia Loli 2001-10-12 Linux 4 Comments LinuxJournal has released the results of its 2001 Reader’s Choice Awards, voted by 6,500 Linux users. Red Hat took the top spot for favorite Linux distribution, KDE for favorite desktop environment, and C for programming language. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 4 Comments 2001-10-13 2:49 pm Anonymous WindowMaker kicks KDE’s fat butt. Thank you very much. 2001-10-13 4:34 pm Anonymous A correct and beautiful statement Corey. 2001-10-14 4:14 am Anonymous Small point, WindowMaker is not a Desktop environment, but rather a Window Manager. But I still think WindowMaker kicks arse over all the other WM’s and DE’s. 2001-10-14 12:40 pm Anonymous http://www.scaredcity.com>We darned well impressed by the notion that readers/users still even HAVE choices. ITs a brave gnu world out here/there. Have you seen these http://www.opensourcenews.com>face of the REAL .commIEs?