Linux Journal Announces Winners of 2003 Editors' Choice Awards
Linux Journal's Editors' Choice Awards are well-known as the premiere forum recognizing outstanding product developments and achievements in the Linux market. A panel of distinguished Linux experts was assembled to nominate products for the awards. Linux Journal editors chose the final winners from amongst these nominations.
The winners, featured in the August 2003 issue of Linux Journal, are as follows:
Best Server Appliance (hardware): Sputnik AP 120
Best Security Tool (hardware or software): Netfilter/iptables
Best Server: Newisys 2100
Best Workstation: Dell Precision 650n
Best Web Browser or Client: Mozilla 1.4
Best Graphics Software: Jahshaka
Best Communication Tool: Gaim
Best Desktop Software: OpenOffice.org
Best Development Tool: Perl 5.8.0
Best Database: PostgreSQL
Best Management or Administration Software: Webmin
Best Mobile Device: Lindows Mobile PC
Best Game: Frozen Bubble
Best Web Site: Linux Weekly News
Product of the Year: SGI Altix 3000
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