May 6, 2009, 2:51 pm
SourceForge, despite competition, remains the leading repository for open-source projects. Many of the world’s best open-source projects–JBoss, MySQL, SugarCRM, and others–start there, and plenty never leave.
For these reasons and others, each year I look forward to the SourceForge.net Community Choice Awards, which allow the open-source community to vote on the industry’s top projects. SourceForge has just announced that nominations are now open for the Sourceforge.net Community Choice Awards 2009.
While such direct democracy has yielded some odd choices in the past, the competition remains one of the best places to discover up-and-coming open-source projects…
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