Best Linux/OSS Advocate/Evangelist

This list reads pretty much like the "autographs I want to collect" list, but regardless of the order, what an incredible group of people. (And yeah, it feels hinky to say that with my name on the list of nominations here, but even if I'm the margin of error, it's an incredible list of incredible people.)

  • Linus Torvalds 23.4%

  • GitHub 14.9%

  • Richard Stallman 13.6%

  • Jupiter Broadcasting 10.1%

  • Dodeimedo 7.3%

  • Jon "Maddog" Hall 5.2%

  • Mark Shuttleworth 4.3%

  • Other 3.8%

  • Cory Doctorow 2.9%

  • Jono Bacon 2.6%

  • Freecode .9%

  • Jonathan Corbet 2.2%

  • Shawn Powers 1.9%

  • Doc Searls 1.5%

  • Carla Schroder 1.3%

  • Sarah Sharp 1.2%

  • Jim Zemlin .8%

  • Thomas S. Hatch .7%

  • Zack Brown .5%

  • Roy Schestovitz .3%

  • Eric Christensen .2%

  • Don Marti .2%

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