Celebrating the 2023 Opensource.com Community Choice authors

On the 13th anniversary of Opensource.com, we are grateful to honor our community of authors.
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Often our first interaction with open source is through community knowledge bases.

This past year, I have had the fantastic opportunity to work with the many authors here at Opensource.com (and bring in some new ones!). I am fortunate enough to meet with our Correspondents program authors weekly and see some authors at in-person and virtual conferences. We are diverse in our knowledge, locations, backgrounds, and uniquely lived experiences.

Each January, we celebrate the community of authors at Opensource.com. So, (drumroll please), I’m pleased to present the People's Choice Award winners for 2023!

The methodology

The Opensource.com community votes with page views and engagement.

This year, the editorial team considered the top 12 categories by readership to find the most notable non-staff authors for each category.

Discover more about the authors and their many contributions by selecting their avatar.

2023 People's Choice Award for Linux

2023 People's Choice Award for Programming

2023 People's Choice Award for Accessibility

2023 People's Choice Award for Rust

2023 People's Choice Award for Education

2023 People's Choice Award for Git

2023 People's Choice Award for Alternatives

2023 People's Choice Award for Kubernetes / Containers

2023 People's Choice Award for Python

2023 People's Choice Award for Raspberry Pi

2023 People's Choice Award for Sustainability

2023 People's Choice Award for Automation

2023 People's Choice Award for Career / Business

2023 People's Choice Award for Community Management

2023 People's Choice Honorable Mentions

 

Thank you to all Opensource.com contributors!

We want to thank all of the Opensource.com community who shared articles, made comments, liked posts, and helped us curate our awards. 

Our authors donate their time and knowledge to the open source community as a whole. For more authors and great articles, check out a few of our other favorite categories:

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