The 2010 WordPress Honors


2010 WordPress Honors

There are many award giving bodies for the best websites, best blogs and best cms like the Weblog Awards, the Webby Awards or Open Source Awards but from what I know there are no specific awards given within the WordPress community to honor the best of the WordPress community. Well, not until now that is. Enter the 2010 WordPress Honors, a brain child of Jared Williams that aims to promote WordPress and to honor the people who have contributed to the WordPress community.

WPHonors is a site based on the same idea as the Oscars® or the Hip Hop Honors Awards but for WordPress®! Anyone, yes even you, can register on this site, and post nominees for the different areas you see showcased on the site. Registered users are also able to vote on each of the nominations, so be sure to get your friends to sign up and vote for you or any submitted posts you may have nominated.

Below are the categories for the 2010 WordPress Honors:

Sites

  • Personal
  • WordPress Related
  • Business

Plugins

  • Free Plugins
  • Commercial Plugins

Themes

  • Free Themes
  • Commercial Themes
  • Theme Frameworks

Personalities

  • Designers
  • Developers
  • Blog Authors
  • WP Community

To nominate or vote for your favorite WordPress blogs, themes, plugins and personalities you have to register at the WordPress Honors website. As a registered member, not only do you get to help pick the winners but you also get a chance to win some awesome prizes like premium WordPress themes, premium WordPress plugins, books and other cool stuff from the sponsors.

What are you waiting for? Join now and vote for your favorite WordPress blogs/websites, themes, plugins and personalities for the 2010 WordPress Honors!

NOTE: The 2010 WordPress Honors is not endorsed or affiliated with WordPress.org in any way.

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2 Comments

  1. JP Habaradas

    October 16, 2010 at 3:00 AM

    @Sourish – Yes, that’s right. It’s a good idea to appreciate and acknowledge the community. It inspires and encourages everyone to do better.

  2. Sourish @ Jailbreak Iphone 4

    October 16, 2010 at 2:58 AM

    looks good , to adress the achievement of newbie bloggers … i think encouragement to startups goes a long way in creating a successful blogger of future

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