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Steve Harman and Phil Haack both posted a request to nominate Subtext for a SourceForge 2007 Community Choice Award.

The SourceForge.net team is proud to present our second annual Community Choice Awards. Winners are selected by community members like you, and it’s that time again! Cast a ballot for your favorite projects now and make your voice heard.

To nominate Subtext just click on the following badge:

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Nomination are accepted till 29th June (Pacific Time, so almost 30th June here in NZ).

I think the best categories to nominate Subtext are:

  • Most Collaborative Project: The project most likely to accept your patches and value your input
  • Best Project for Communications: The best project for talking to your friends or sharing information
  • Best Project: This is the one! The all-over best project.

If Subtext makes it to the finals, you can vote for us starting from 9th of July... but don't worry, if that happens you will see another post about that.

PS: pardon if you already subscribed my Italian blog: I posted on both blogs to make sure I reached both the Italian and English speaking audience

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posted on Monday, June 25, 2007 10:30 PM

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# Subtext nominated for the SF Community Choice Award

Left by CodeClimber at 7/3/2007 12:15 PM

Subtext nominated for the SF Community Choice Award

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