Welcome to the 2008 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards
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Welcome to the 2008 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards. The categories have been chosen and the polls will open soon. I am going to post the nominees now, to give members a couples days to post feedback. This will allow additions and modifications to be made before the voting commences. If you have any suggestions, please post in the thread for the poll in question. Any general suggestions should go in this thread.
I don't know where to vote, but I just love Wine, Windows emulator. It helped me solve some real problems.
What a shame that voting ends today. I'll be missing the smart aleck comments and funny jokes.
No smart comments to offer so as a parting shot a couple of jokes...
This is Linux land. In silent nights you can hear the Windows machines rebooting.
--Insert stiffled gates snigger here --
Macs are for those who don't want to know why their computer works.
Linux is for those who want to know why their computer works.
DOS is for those who want to know why their computer doesn't work.
Windows is for those who don't want to know why their computer doesn't work.