Voting is now open for the first Blue Drop Awards! According to the site, the Blue Drop Awards "is a community-nominated, community-voted event that aims to publicly recognize the excellent individuals, companies and projects that have pushed the limits and maximized the capabilities of Drupal, the open source content management system."
In order to vote, you need to be registered. It's very quick and easy to do, so if you haven't already, pop on over and register today. Once you're registered, you can click on each entry, and there are links at the top of the page to vote for the site as best in category, as well as Drupal website of the year. On behalf of some of our clients, Lullabot has nominated four sites in three different categories:
- Best Non-Profit/Educational Website: MIT-K12
- Best Media Website: MarthaStewart.com and GRAMMY.com
- Best Marketplace Website: Safari Books Online
We're very proud of these entries, and think they are excellent examples of Drupal being used to power some amazing sites. We'd love for you to check out our entries and vote before April 6. Let your voice be heard!
To learn more about the awards and the bigger Drupal marketing picture, check out Volacci's Ben Finklea and Lullabot's Jeff Robbins discussing the Blue Drop Awards on Lullabot Podcast #101.