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Voting is Open for the Eclipse Community Awards

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Voting is Open for the Eclipse Community Awards

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Nominations for the Eclipse Community Awards are complete and voting has opened for the individual and project category nominees. Congratulations to all the worthy candidates! Show your appreciation to the people that have made Eclipse a stronger community by casting your vote.

More details about the awards and the nomination process can be found on the awards page. Voting for the Eclipse Community Awards will be open until February 25, 2011 at 5:00pm EST and the winner will be announced March 21, 2011 at EclipseCon.

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The nominees are:

Top Committer

  • John Arthorne
  • Laurent Goubet
  • Kenn Hussey
  • Andrew Niefer
  • Shawn Pearce
  • Tom Schindl
  • Ankur Sharma
  • Remy Suen
  • David Williams
  • Sebastian Zarnekow

Top Contributor

  • Brian de Alwis
  • Dariusz Luksza
  • James Sugrue

Top Newcomer Evangelist

  • Russell Bateman
  • Boris Bokowski
  • Cédric Brun
  • Ayushman Jain
  • Werner Keil
  • James Sugrue
  • Frans Thamura

Most Innovative New Feature or Eclipse Project

  • Agent Modeling Platform (AMP)
  • EGit
  • Extended Editing Framework (EEF)
  • Gyrex
  • Mylyn Builds
  • SpatioTemporal Epidemiological Modeler (STEM)
  • UOMo

Most Open Project

  • e4
  • Modeling Amalgamation

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