Linux Journal Announces Winners of 8th Annual Readers' Choice Awards
Linux Journal has announced the winners of the 2002 Readers' Choice Awards. Almost 6,000 Linux Journal readers visited the Linux Journal web site and voted on their top choices in 25 categories. For more information on the winners, please see the feature article in the November issue of Linux Journal (#103), now on newsstands.
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Favorite Word Processor
Favorite Text Editor
Favorite Desktop Environment
Favorite Office Suite
Favorite Programming Language
Favorite Development Tool
Favorite Linux Journal Column
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Favorite Processor Architecture
Favorite Communication Board
Favorite Backup Utility
Favorite Programming Beverage
Favorite Linux Game
Favorite Web Browser
Favorite Linux Web Site
Favorite E-mail Client
Favorite Instant-Messaging Client
Favorite Distributed File Sharing System
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Favorite Ad Filtering Tool
Favorite Embedded Distribution
Favorite Audio Tool
Linux Journal's annual Readers' Choice Awards allow members of the Linux community to pick their favorites from a variety of options in a number of categories. Write-in votes also are accepted in every category. Voting in the 2002 Readers' Choice Awards took place between July 15 and August 12, 2002, and was open to everyone.
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