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SYS-CON Media Readers' Choice Awards Polls Will Close on December 31, 2005

More Than 16,000 SYS-CON Readers Already Cast Their Votes To Select The Best Products of the Year

1) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Book Nominees:


Building Applications with the Linux Standard Base (IBM Press); Linux Programming by Example: The Fundamentals (Prentice Hall); Moving to Linux: Kiss the Blue Screen of Death Goodbye! (Addison-Wesley); Book- Title: Moving to the Linux Business Desktop (Addison-Wesley); Book- Title: "Point & Click Linux" (Prentice Hall PTR); A Practical Guide to Red Hat Linux (Prentice Hall PTR); C++ GUI Programming with Qt 3 (Prentice Hall PTR); Java Application Development on Linux (Prentice Hall PTR); Linux Application Development, 2nd Edition (Addison-Wesley); Linux For Dummies, 5th Edition by Dee-Ann LeBlanc (Wiley); Linux Mobile Guide (TuxMobil); Linux Toys by Christopher Negus (Wiley); Mastering phpMyAdmin for Effective MySQL Management (Packt Publishing); Open Source Licensing: Software Freedom and Intellectual Property Law (Prentice Hall PTR); PHP 5 Power Programming (Prentice Hall PTR); Red Hat Fedora Linux 2 Bible by Chris Negus Wiley); Samba-3 by Example: Practical Exercises to Successful Deployment (Prentice Hall PTR); Succeeding with Open Source (Addison-Wesley); The Linux Home Networking eBooks (Linux Home Networking); The Official Samba-3 How To and Reference Guide (Prentice Hall PTR).


2) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Database Nominees:


C-JDBC (ObjectWeb); Daffodil DB (Daffodil Software); Ingres (Computer Associates); MySQL (MySQL AB); OpenInsight for Linux (Revelation Software); Oracle Database 10g (Oracle); Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise - ASE (Sybase); tuxmobil.org (tuxmobil.org).


3) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Developer Tool Nominees:


ActiveState Komodo 3.0 (ActiveState); AllFusion Harvest Change Manager (Computer Associates); AQtime Linux Edition (AutomatedQA); Borland Enterprise Studio for C++ (Borland); CodeBeamer (Intland Software); ILOG JViews (ILOG); Insure++ (Parasoft); JCodeBox (Michael Campbell Associates); M7 NitroX (M7 Corporation); MagicDraw (No Magic); NetBeans Java Studio Enterprise (Sun Microsystems); Novell Mono 1.0 (Novell); Oracle JDeveloper (Oracle); Poseidon for UML (Gentleware AG); REALbasic Professional Edition (REAL Software); Visual Paradigm for UML (Visual Paradigm); Zend Studio (Zend Technologies).


4) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Distribution Nominees:


Debian GNU/Linux (justprivate, Inc.); Mandrakelinux 10.1 (MandrakeSoft); Novell SUSE LINUX 9.1 (Novell); Red Hat Enterprise Linux (Red Hat); Slackware 10.0 (Slackware Linux).


5) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Email Client Nominees:


Mozilla Thunderbird & Enigmail (whatastupidkwestion.org); Mulberry v.4 (ISAMET, Inc.); Novell Evolution 1.5 (Novell).


6) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Email Server Nominees:


AVG Linux Email Server Edition (Grisoft, Inc.); CommuniGate Pro with Groupware v4.1 (Stalker Software); Novell SUSE LINUX Openexchange Server 4 (Novell).


7) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Enterprise Management Tool Nominees:


Daffodil Replicator (Daffodil Software); HP Integrated Lights-Outs (Hewlett-Packard); HP Systems Insight Manager (Hewlett-Packard); Levanta Release 3 (Levanta, Inc.); NetIQ AppManager Suite (NetIQ); NetOp Remote Control (CrossTec Corporation); Novell ZENworks Linux Management (Novell); Server Management for Linux (BMC Software); SmartStart Scripting Toolkit Linux Edition (Hewlett-Packard); Unicenter Network and Systems Management (Computer Associates).


8) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Groupware Server Nominees:


CommuniGate Pro with Groupware v4.1 (Stalker Software); IntraSmart (Mindbridge Software); Novell Groupwise 6.5 for Linux (Novell); SiteScape Forum (SiteScape).


9) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Productivity Tool Nominees:


BrightStor Document Manager (Computer Associates); Clustered JDBC (ObjectWeb); CodeBeamer (Intland Software); ILOG JRules (ILOG); OpForce (VERITAS); Oracle JDeveloper (Oracle); Voltaire 9288 - 288 Port Infiniband Cluster Switch/Router (Voltaire); Win4Lin Workstation (NeTraverse).


10) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Programming Environment Nominees:


Borland Enterprise Studio for C++ (Borland); HP Visual Threads (Hewlett-Packard); IBM WebSphere Studio Workbench (IBM); JCodeBox (Michael Campbell Associates); NetBeans Java Studio Enterprise (Sun Microsystems); REALbasic Professional Edition (REAL Software); TotalView (Etnus).


11) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Server Nominees:


Altix 3700 Bx2 (SGI); IBM eServer (IBM); Novell SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 8 (Novell); ProLiant DL380 G4 (Hewlett-Packard); Red Hat Enterprise Linux As (Red Hat); The Sun Fire (AMD and Sun Microsystems).


12) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Storage Software Solution Nominees:


Arkeia Network Backup v5.2 (Arkeia Corporation); BrightStor ARCserve Backup for Linux (Computer Associates); Coraid EtherDrive Storage Blades (Coraid); HP OpenView Storage Data Protector (Hewlett-Packard); HP StorageWorks Scalable File Share - HP SFS (Hewlett-Packard); IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (IBM); Netvault 7.x (BakBone Software); Storage Foundation (VERITAS).


13) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Linux Training Nominees:


Certification Online Training (Whizlabs Software); Linux Admin I (H7091S) and Linux Admin II H7092S (Hewlett-Packard); Novell Certified Linux Engineer (Novell); Online Linux Networking Training Guides (Linux Home Networking).


14) 2005 LinuxWorld Readers' Choice Awards - Best Security Software Solution Nominees:


Astaro Security Linux Version 5 (Astaro Corporation); EnGarde Secure Linux (Guardian Digital); F-Secure Anti-Virus Linux Client and Server Security (F-Secure); Novell Nsure (Novell); ServerProtect for Linux (Trend Micro); SmartNSecure (SoftPro Technologies); Sun Identity Management (Sun Microsystems).

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reader 10/28/05 09:11:34 AM EDT

All the links are broken--pointing to 2004 contest.

ITSG News Desk 10/27/05 05:01:24 PM EDT

SYS-CON Media Readers' Choice Awards Polls Will Close on December 31, 2005. This year it looks certain that a new participation record will be set, more than 16,000 votes have already been recorded, as more than 20,000 SYS-CON Media readers are estimated to cast their votes in this year's Readers' Choice Awards.

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