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XOOPS Wins 2008 OSSContest Award
World’s leading Open Source CMS has won a prestigious award at the 2008 China Open Source Software Contest (OSSContest) in Beijing, China.
By: XOOPS Project
The Summit will take place at the Xiyuan Hotel in Beijing, on Jan 13, 2009. Its steering committee is composed of China’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), National High Tech R&D Program (863 Program) and China Software Industry Association (CSIA). The conference and the OSSContest is organized by Co-Create Software League of CSIA and Chinese Association of Software Parks (CASP)of China Association for Science and Technology Industrial Parks (ChinaASTIP)
As the Chinese government plans to spend several billion of RMB on “core electronic components, high-end interchangeable chip, and fundamental software products” in 2009, open source software projects face new opportunities in China.
XOOPS China is delighted to be recognized in the contest and is committed to continued excellence and support for XOOPS and Open Source. This award is also a tribute to the dedication of many people from around the world who have contributed to the XOOPS Project.
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About XOOPS: Founded in 2002 by group of international software developers, XOOPS quickly become one of world’s leading Open Source Content Management Systems (CMS). Known and loved for its ease of use and countless powerful modules, XOOPS received numerous International Awards and Recognitions, among them: the First Runner-Up in the SourceForge 2006 Community Choice Awards in the Development category, 5 Stars from Germany's Chip Magazine, Top 3 content management system from Adobe Edge Magazine, one of top Open Source CMS for Medical Professionals by ONDD. It was also the finalist of 2008 Source Forge Community Awards, and 2008 CMS Awards by Packt Publishing. XOOPS is the most active and downloaded CMS project on http://SourceForge.net
More info at: http://www.xoops.org