The candidates for SourceForge Project of the Month for June 2014 are:
See the SourceForge blog for a full description of each candidate.
To vote, comment on this thread with the first line in the following format:
Subsequent lines, and any messages that do not start with VOTE will be ignored by our tallying script. We encourage you to give your rationale for why you voted the way you did.
Only the newest vote per user will be counted. Votes will be accepted until 2014-06-09, 12:00 UTC. Votes submitted, or edited after that point will be ignored. See our wiki for a full list of voting instructions and rules.
Wiki: voting instructions and rules
ConEmu makes it possible for me to use Windows; a great part of my life is spent inside ConEmu. I primarily use two tabs, one running bash and the other running Vim. I work as a developer of C/C++ code, and ConEmu (and Vim) enables me to develop, compile, and run code effortlessly. The colors in console Vim inside ConEmu are much better than in the GUI gvim! The Author of ConEmu is very good at maintaining it and continuing to grow it. He has a good set-up for reporting bugs or requesting features, and is accessible on his email forum. As an illustration of his attitude toward his product ConEmu, even though he himself does not use Vim, he is attentive to requests from users of ConEmu who wish to run Vim inside ConEmu.
It has changed my life as a tool for writing long documents. Now I manage structure amazingly. It should become sort of THE main software for word processing in the world. Not to mention ToDo lists and sorting information for long periods of time. It's usability is unmatched. Extremely flexible and fast. The only thing I would improve is the inline editing of nodes, because it is not up to date with conventional word processors. The rest is just perfect. When I write I feel I have no limitations with this infinite plane and it's infinite levels of sub-nodes.
bringing sanity to the windows cmd world since 200x