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SourceForge.net 2006 Community Choice Awards
April 06, 2006 @ 06:55:33

From the O'Reilly ONLamp.com site today, there's a release about the SourceForge.net 2006 Community Choice Awards winners , and two PHP-based projects have made the list.

From March 15th through the 17th, users within Sourceforge.net were able to nominate projects. From these initial nominations, the finalists were chosen and these choices were made available to the community for voting. The finalists included a range of Open Source solutions ranging from CRM and firewall solutions to anti-virus and Xbox Media Center innovations.

Final voting was conducted March 17 - 23, 2006, and the project winners were selected by voting within 13 key technology categories, plus "Best Overall" project. Nominations and voting were managed by the third-party research firm, Wilson Research.

The PHP projects that made the cut were:

  • phpMyAdmin in the "Database Project" and "SysAdmin Project" categories
  • A PHP PayPal API in the "Financial Project" section
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