2013 People's Choice Awards: Cast your vote

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Opensource.com is about to celebrate our fourth year and one of our favorite ways to celebrate our community is with the annual People's Choice Awards. We realize that our community would not be as vibrant and educational if it were not for the countless authors who invest time into sharing their open source stories.

Every January, we take time to recognize contributors who have gone above and beyond—either by contributing multiple articles or by writing posts that really resonate with the community and generate a big response. We've come up with a list of 20 individuals who have made a great contribution to the site, either by writing three or more articles, or by writing an article that has received 3,000 or more page views.

Vote for your favorite author. The ballot will be open through February 1. The top three contributors with the most votes will be announced during the week of February 4. (Authors are listed alphabetically).

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Casey is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism. She spends too much time perusing social media sites, and she's especially fascinated by open source startups. twitter: @caseybrown_

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riccardo capecchi is my favourite author, he informs linux users about exitement and games, that many users of open source operating system have lack of game choices. I am at http://salkn.com

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