Nominations open for the Sourceforge Community Choice Awards

Just passing this message along from Sourceforge's publicist. I have no involvement in these awards, or with Sourceforge.net.

Today (Wed., May 14), nominations are officially open for the 3rd annual Sourceforge.net Community Choice Awards.

This year, for the first time, the awards will be open to ALL open source projects, not just those that count SourceForge.net as home.

The nominations period is open until June 20, then voting on the finals, and it leads up to the awards party during OSCON at the Jupiter Hotel in Portland, July 24.

Last year it was a pretty big deal, with over 500 people attending. It's SourceForge and open source; it's not a boring awards ceremony, kind of wide open and fun, food and drink, weirdo prizes.

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