Debian wins 2003 Linux Journal Readers' Choice Award

October 10th, 2003

Debian GNU/Linux was awarded this year's Linux Journal Ninth Annual Readers' Choice Award in the category favorite distribution. On October 9th, 2003, Linux Journal released the results of its Ninth Annual Readers' Choice Awards.

Over 7,500 readers participated in the poll, voting their top choices in 28 categories. The voting took place between June 30th and July 25th, 2003, and was open to everyone.

"I would like to thank the Linux Journal readers on behalf of the Debian community, for taking the time to make their preferences known and for choosing Debian," says Martin Michlmayr, Debian Project Leader. He adds that "we look forward to providing all of Linux Journal's readers a quality operating system for years to come."

For more information, see the 115th (November) issue of Linux Journal.

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