It's time for another Readers' Choice issue of Linux
Journal! The format
last year was well received, so we've followed suit making your voices
heard loud again. I couldn't help but add some commentary in a few places,
but for the most part, we just reported results. Please enjoy this year's
Readers' Choice Awards!
I love the Readers' Choice issue. I jokingly say it's because all the work
is done by the community, but honestly, it's because I love hearing the
feedback from everyone. Year after year, I inevitably learn about a new
technology or application, and I'm usually surprised by at least one of the
voting results. more>>
In our 2014 Readers' Choice Awards, we asked readers to tell us the
coolest thing they've done with Linux. There were so many great responses,
but we didn't have room for all of
them in the magazine, so we're listing more of the best ones here. Enjoy!
Building my procmail pre-spam spam filter back in mid-late 90s.
This year's Reader's Choice issue was truly fun to put together. No,
not just because you do all the work (voting), but because it's great
to get a feel for what our community is buzzing about. Based on your
feedback, we've given you all the data again this
year, with percentages and rankings, plus we tried to include as many
of your less-popular responses as possible. more>>
The votes are in, the tallies are counted, the hanging chads have been
evaluated, and we have our winners. This year holds a few surprises,
a couple dominant players and as much open source as you can handle. We
don't encourage gambling here at Linux Journal, but if you had an office
pool going for pizza money, it's officially too late to make your wager.