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2004 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Award Winners Announced

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Browser of the Year - Firefox (77.12%)

Distribution of the Year - Slackware (19.36%)

LiveCD Distribution of the Year - Knoppix (57.69%)

Database of the Year - MySQL (53.51%)

Desktop Environment of the Year - KDE (58.25%)

Window Manager of the Year - Fluxbox (31.14%)

Office Suite of the Year - OpenOffice.org (84.85%)

Word Processor of the Year - oowriter (63.75%)

Spreadsheet of the Year - oocalc (57.57%)

Audio Multimedia Application of the Year - XMMS (45.83%)

Video Multimedia Application of the Year - mplayer (49.85%)

Security App of the Year - nmap (37.14%)

Hardening App of the Year - SELinux (68.65%)

Editor of the Year - vi/vim (36.37%)

Web Development Editor of the Year - Quanta (50.88%)

IDE of the Year - Kdevelop (37.77%)

Mail Client of the Year - Thunderbird (47.60%)

Open Source Game of the Year - Frozen Bubble (25.52%)

Commercial Game of the Year - UT2004 (38.86%)

Windows on Linux App of the Year - Wine (42.59%)

File Manager of the Year - Konqueror (30.59%)

Messaging App of the Year - Gaim (56.00%)

Graphics App of the Year - GIMP (72.82%)

MTA of the Year - PostFix (45.57%)

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