2010 WordPress Honors Winners



2010 WPHonors Winners

Last October, I blogged about the 2010 WordPress Honors, which are awards that are given to honor the best of the WordPress community and at the same time promote WordPress. The concept behind the WordPress Honors or WPHonors was taken from the same idea as the Oscars or Grammy Awards.

The winners of the 2010 WordPress Honors were announced a few days ago and in case you missed it, I’m sharing it with you today. Btw, the initial nominations were submitted by the users/readers and the final round of voting was made by a group of judges.

Best Personal WebsiteBatman 3D
Batman 3D

Best WordPress Related WebsiteDigging into WordPress
Digging Into WordPress

Best Business WebsiteWPMU DEV
WPMU Dev

Best Free PluginW3 Total Cache
W3 Total Cache

Best Commercial PluginGravity Forms
Gravity Forms

Best Free ThemeTwenty Ten
Twenty Ten WordPress Theme

Best Commercial ThemeOn Demand
On Demand WordPress Theme

Best Theme FrameworkHeadway Theme
Headway Theme Framework

Best WordPress DesignerJason Schuller
Jason Schuller

Best WordPress DeveloperJoost de Valk
Joost de Valk

Best Blog AuthorSarah Gooding
Sarah Gooding

Best Community MemberMatt Mullenweg
Matt Mullenweg

Although this was all done in friendly community competition, it’s always good to see something like this. An event or award that not only promotes WordPress but also recognizes the effort of the people who contribute a lot to the community and make WordPress what it is. I hope we see more events or activities like these in the future and looking forward to this year’s WordPress Honors.

Anyone here who registered and voted for the 2010 WordPress Honors? Did your nominees win their respective category? What other events or activities should WordPress users do to further promote WordPress? Please share your thoughts.

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