Voting now open for the Drobe Awards 2008Published: 22nd Dec 2008, 02:23:32 | Permalink | Printable
The shortlist for this year's Drobe Awards has been drawn up, the voting system dragged out of the attic and we can't wait to see who will win. Log in and vote now to recognise those who have contributed the most to the RISC OS platform this year.
Voting is now closed for 2008.
(The original nominations thread is here).
The fine print: When voting closes (midnight 30/12/2008), the totals for each entry in each category will used to determine the winner of each category - simply, whoever has the highest number of votes wins. Runner-up will go to whoever comes second highest. In the event of a dispute, the Editor's decision is final. You may only vote once. If you suspect there's something wrong with the website, email us. Who you vote for will never be disclosed to third parties, however general voting statistics may be published.
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