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Readers' Choice Awards 2013

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>>

December 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: Readers' Choice

As we wave a fond farewell to 2013, we close out the year with one of our favorite issues. more>>

Linux Journal Readers' Choice Awards 2013

Voting for the 2013 Readers' Choice Awards is now complete. Please visit us in December for the results!

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Readers' Choice Awards 2013

Voting for the Readers' Choice Awards will begin on August 26, 2013, so please check back at that time to cast your vote.

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Readers' Choice Awards

Readers' Choice votes are in! Compare your favorites with other readers and see if you're the oddball or everyone else is! more>>

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Survey

Voting in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards is now closed. Thank you for participating. Results will be published in an upcoming issue of Linux Journal.

Readers' Choice Awards 2011

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.

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Vote Now: Readers' Choice 2011 Awards

The 17th annual Readers' Choice Awards are now closed.

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2010 Readers' Choice Awards

Readers' Choice Awards 2010

The votes are in! Read on to find out how your favorites fared in this year's awards. more>>

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