Nominate MediaCoder for SourceForge community choice awards 2007 (Stanley posted on June 6th, 2007 )

SourceForge.net is presenting the second annual Community Choice Awards. Winners are selected by community members, just like you. If you like MediaCoder, please do cast a ballot for MediaCoder to nominate it. Winning this awards will be a great honor for me in my lifetime and bring me big motivation to improve MediaCoder towards perfection.

Here are the steps to do the nomination:

  1. If you already have an account on SourceForge.net, you can skip this step, otherwise you’ll need to create an account on SF.net first (I know this takes some time, but please do me a favor).
  2. After you got your account, login with it and go to the nomination page.
  3. Choose a category that you think is best fit for MediaCoder. If not sure, you may just choose Best Project for Multimedia. You can nominate MediaCoder in more than one category if you want to.
  4. That’s all. As the SF.net page says, the final voting will begin on July 9th. By then, I’ll still need your ballot!
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6 Responses

  1. Neil says:

    Media coder – puts some strain on the CPU but gets the Job done

  2. Metalneck says:

    Neil Says:
    June 25th, 2007 at 7:09 pm
    Media coder – puts some strain on the CPU but gets the Job done

    Maybe if you are running it on an old Pentium 2, but on a more modern machine it runs without a hiccup.

  3. BigBadWolf says:

    I have switched from Super to Media Coder and sent in a donation. There are some conversion quirks but nothing horrible. I really like where Media Coder is going.

  4. phreek says:

    MediaCoder puts other much more expensive software coders to shame. I will continue to spread the good word about MediaCoder.

  5. New User says:

    Media Coder experience would be MUCH better for new users with even a modicum of documentation. Perhaps MC is technically superb, but adoption will suffer for lack of documentation.
    Sorry, can’t vote for “Best of” without even the most trivial of user manuals.

  6. stanley says:

    I’m willing to bear the load of development. But I really don’t have any spare time for documentation and also documentation is not what I am good at. Unfortunately, few is standing out to contribute some document as I am expecting for long. As MediaCoder is totally free, I won’t hire people to do this job.