SourceForge Community Choice Awards Nominations
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Vito Smolej
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May 15, 2009

[mail from Ross Turk (, Director of Community, SourceForge]
Last week, we began accepting nominations for our fourth annual Community
Choice Awards. We'll be accepting nominations until May 29th, and the ten
projects with the most nominations in each category will become our

This email contains a set of links for your projects that you can use to
nominate them for a Community Choice Award. After you're done, you'll be
given a "badge" that you can put on your blog, project website, or
newsletter to make it easy for your community to do the same. The projects
that mobilize their communities are usually the ones that win.

What are you waiting for? You can win this thing, I know you can. Good

Nominate "OmegaT - multiplatform CAT tool" here:

If you'd like to nominate a different project, you can do it here:


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