Appreciation

Choice of the SourceForge community: ``Project of the week, November 5, 2018``

The main page of the SourceForge.net project is used by programmers from around the world to exchange information on the latest IT standards. At the moment, SourceForge.net is the most popular global portal for the development of Open Source software. It has over 1.8 million registered users and over 180 thousand. projects. The site provides the largest repository of source codes on the Internet. It also has very fast servers, which increases the popularity of the site and allows regular voting of numerous users in the so-called elections. “Community Choice”, or democratic promotion of the highest rated applications.

SourceForge also hosts popular projects such as MediaWiki, Miranda, Pidgin, phpBB and phpMyAdmin.

GeekNet (formerly VA Software) is the owner of the SourceForge.net portal.

Choice of the SourceForge community: ``Project of the week, February 2018”

Wybór społeczności SourceForge: „Projekt miesiąca, luty 2018r”

The main page of the SourceForge.net project is used by programmers from around the world to exchange information on the latest IT standards. At the moment, SourceForge.net is the most popular global portal for the development of Open Source software. It has over 1.8 million registered users and over 180 thousand. projects. The site provides the largest repository of source codes on the Internet. It also has very fast servers, which increases the popularity of the site and allows regular voting of numerous users in the so-called elections. “Community Choice”, or democratic promotion of the highest rated applications.

SourceForge also hosts popular projects such as MediaWiki, Miranda, Pidgin, phpBB and phpMyAdmin.

GeekNet (formerly VA Software) is the owner of the SourceForge.net portal.

Bossie Awards 2016: ``The best Open Source application``

InfoWorld (formerly The Intelligent Machines Journal) is a media company dealing with information technology. Founded in 1978, it appeared as a monthly magazine. In 2007, it was only in the form of an online publication. InfoWorld is based in San Francisco.

InfoWorld focuses on analysis, analysis and editorial content from experienced journalists and practitioners of IT technology. The site has an average of 4.6 million views per month and 1.1 million unique users.

Every year, InfoWorld’s Bossies awards (Best of Open Source Software) are awarded for the best open source software for companies and professional users. The main task of InfoWorld was to identify and promote the most innovative products available to programmers and IT organizations.

Choice of the SourceForge community: ``Project of the week, July 2016”

Wybór społeczności SourceForge: „Projekt miesiąca, lipiec 2016r”

The main page of the SourceForge.net project is used by programmers from around the world to exchange information on the latest IT standards. At the moment, SourceForge.net is the most popular global portal for the development of Open Source software. It has over 1.8 million registered users and over 180 thousand. projects. The site provides the largest repository of source codes on the Internet. It also has very fast servers, which increases the popularity of the site and allows regular voting of numerous users in the so-called elections. “Community Choice”, or democratic promotion of the highest rated applications.

SourceForge also hosts popular projects such as MediaWiki, Miranda, Pidgin, phpBB and phpMyAdmin.

GeekNet (formerly VA Software) is the owner of the SourceForge.net portal.

Bossie Awards 2015: ``The best Open Source application``

InfoWorld (formerly The Intelligent Machines Journal) is a media company dealing with information technology. Founded in 1978, it appeared as a monthly magazine. In 2007, it was only in the form of an online publication. InfoWorld is based in San Francisco.

InfoWorld focuses on analysis, analysis and editorial content from experienced journalists and practitioners of IT technology. The site has an average of 4.6 million views per month and 1.1 million unique users.

Every year, InfoWorld’s Bossies awards (Best of Open Source Software) are awarded for the best open source software for companies and professional users. The main task of InfoWorld was to identify and promote the most innovative products available to programmers and IT organizations.