Linux Journal Erroneously Announced Win at LinuxWorld Show Favorite Award
Best Publication was not a category in the popular Show Favorites Awards program of LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, owned and produced by IDG World Expo. We also reported the winners were chosen by show attendees. The winners, however, were selected by a panel of industry experts who recognized product and service innovation and solutions in open computing being offered by exhibitors.
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