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I'm still really frustrated with editors, which is the most freaking important upper-level app on the box. In console, I tend to use joe unless I'm in mc and just hit F3/4 and I usually use nedit in X. I'm not sure if I'm supposed to vote for what I use or what I think is the best. I voted for nedit because I probably use it most and it's pretty good, but I *want* to use vim in both environments if I could just get the hang of it. Maybe next year.
I know that polls regarding editors are very hard for the organiser/mods and very sensitive for the participants/voters ... But I still have to nitpick here.
At the very least, you should break this category further...
Command Line Editors
And another thing, categorising jEdit as a mere text-editor, is over-simplification... I'd say it's more towards an open-ended general purpose IDE/editor... And would be better compared with apps like Eclipse or Quanta.