James Selvakumar’s Blog

August 5, 2008

Openoffice.org wins 3 SourceForge.net community choice awards

Filed under: general — James @ 5:52 am

Openoffice.org, the increasingly popular open source office suite has won 3 SourceForge.net community choice awards. It has been chosen as the winner in three categories:

- Best Project (Finalists: Drupal, Firebird, FreeMind, XAMPP and so on..)
- Best Project for the enterprise (Finalists: Drupal, Magento, LimeSurvey and so on..)
- Best Project for the educators (Finalists: Drupak, Claroline and so on…)

Other interesting facts from the survey:

- phpMyAdmin the web based MySQL administration tool, voted as the winner in “Most likely to be the next $1B acquistion”.
- VLC media player was voted as the “Best project for Multimedia”
- Notepad++ was voted as the “Best tool or utility for developers”

I use Openoffice.org, VLC, Notepad++ and it’s great to see these products getting some much needed recognition.

Now the big question..

Which open source products do you use and which is your favourite? It would be really great if you can share about this.

Link:

SourceForge.net Community Choice Awards 2008

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