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As you can see, PasswordSafe has been nominated as a candidate for July's
project-of-the-month on SourceForge.
If you can take a minute or two to vote for PasswordSafe, I'd be very
grateful. Even better - forwards this request to your friends as well.
What's in it for me, you ask? Well, being project of the month means more
exposure, which means more people will download it, install and run it, and
some of those will have suggestions that would help make the next version
even better. That, for me, at least, is what's best about free and Open
Source software - suggestions and contributions from users and developers
over the years have made PasswordSafe much more useful *for me* than I
could possibly have done by myself.
So please hop over to http://twtpoll.com/xmrzlp and vote for your favorite
password manager :-) - see below for details.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Chris Tsai <ctsai@...>
Date: Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 4:35 PM
Subject: July SourceForce Project of the Month Ballot
To: sfcommunity <communityteam@...>
Dear SourceForge project admin,
Your project has been selected to be on the ballot for the July SourceForge
project of the Month. This vote will be conducted on TwtPoll, and will run
until June 26th. The blog post linking to this vote is at
http://sourceforge.net/blog/potm-vote-201307/ and the vote itself is at
(Yes, voters will need to have a Twitter account to vote. This is the only
way, so far, that we have found to keep the vote honest.)
The project of the month gets listed at the top of the front page of the
SourceForge.net website. This, in turn, will be linked to an interview
about your project which will remain on our site, and linked from your
project page, in perpetuity, in which you can talk about your project, your
community, and so on. Interviews can be conducted by email, or irc, as you
prefer, and depending on the timezones of various participants.
You'll also be listed on http://sourceforge.net/potm
Thanks so much for being part of the SourceForge community, and may be best
If we can do anything to help out with this process, please get in touch
with us at communityteam@...
ctsai-sf on irc.freenode.net
Ubi dubium, ibi libertas (where there is doubt, there is freedom)