LinuxPR: Andover.net Opens Balloting For First-Annual Slashdot Open Source Community Awards

Slashdot Awards to Honor Open Source Innovators with
Propeller-Topped Beanies and a Total of $100,000 in Financial

“”Andover.Net…today opened the balloting for the First Annual
Slashdot Open Source Community Awards, a.k.a. Slashdot Beanie
Awards. These awards are sponsored and organized by Slashdot.org,
the “News for Nerds: Stuff that Matters” Web site founded by Rob
“CmdrTaco” Malda and Jeff “Hemos” Bates. CmdrTaco and Hemos know
they have an opinionated audience and are enabling the Open Source
Community to vote for the developers and projects that are leading
the Open Source revolution.”

“Andover.Net will distribute a total of $100,000 in cash prizes
ranging from the big $30,000 award for Most Improved Open Source
Project and a $10,000 Most Improved Kernel Module to a more
lighthearted $2,000 Best Unix Desktop Eyecandy Award.
Propeller-topped beanie awards will also be given to eight lucky
winners. All Slashdot Open Source Award recipients will be honored
in an awards ceremony Webcast live on February 3 at the Linux World
Expo in New York.”