Fwd: Beastie up for "Who's The Next Open Source Idol?"

Chad Perrin perrin at apotheon.com
Thu Aug 7 18:15:02 UTC 2008

On Thu, Aug 07, 2008 at 08:49:30AM +1000, Edwin Groothuis wrote:
> Forwarded from -www:
> -------------------------- 8< ----------------------------------
> From		Jenna Boller <Jenna at pageonepr.com>
> Date		6 Aug 2008 20:39:05
> Subject		Beastie up for "Who's The Next Open Source Idol?"
> Message-ID	B9343891-1FD7-49D1-9BFF-B5A558EDE27C at pageonepr.com
> Hi There,
> Not sure if you've seen the contest, yet, but GroundWork Open Source
> is running a competition at LinuxWorld this week, "Who's The Next
> Open Source Idol?"
> "Tux," the reigning champion has been close to the hearts of open
> source developers for over a decade, but Firefox is currently in the
> lead. BSD's "Beastie" and the Gnu (G-N-U) are also vying for the
> title of "Open Source Idol."
> We've been taking votes online and at LinuxWorld and also asking
> people to audition on site for their favorite OSS icon: http://
> www.youtube.com/groundworklwe
> Feel free to ask your fans to keep voting for Beastie - it might
> become the next open source idol! People can vote here: http://
> www.groundworkopensource.com/community/lwce08.html
> The contest ends tomorrow at 11:59 PM PDT and the winner will be
> announced next Tuesday morning.

Hmm . . . they misspelled "daemon".

Chad Perrin [ content licensed PDL: http://pdl.apotheon.org ]
Paul Graham: "Object-oriented programming offers a sustainable way to
write spaghetti code."
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