Winners


The winners of the 2010 WordPress Honors for each of the categories are below, along with the ranking of each nominee and the total votes for each.

Batman 3D

Personal Website

Batman 3D won the Personal Website category. The full vote count was:

DigWP

WordPress Related Website

Digging into WordPress won the WordPress Related Website category. The full vote count was:

WPMU Dev

Business Website

WPMU DEV won the Business Website category. The full vote count was:

W3 Total Cache

Free Plugin

W3 Total Cache won the Free Plugin category. The full vote count was:

Gravity Forms

Commercial Plugin

Gravity Forms won the Commercial Plugin category. The full vote count was:

Twenty Ten

Free Theme

Twenty Ten won the Free Theme category. The full vote count was:

On Demand

Commercial Theme

On Demand won the Commercial Theme category. The full vote count was:

Headway

Theme Framework

Headway Theme won the Theme Framework category. I guess that means they will be giving some stuff away soon? The full vote count was:

Jason Schuller

WordPress Designer

Jason Schuller won the WordPress Designer category. The full vote count was:

Joost De Valk

WordPress Developer

Joost de Valk won the WordPress Developer category. The full vote count was:

Sarah Gooding

WordPress Blog Author

Sarah Gooding regular blogger at WPMU.org, won the Blog Author category. The full vote count was:

Matt Mullenweg

WordPress Community Member

Matt Mullenweg won the WordPress Community Member category. The full vote count was:

Thank you to everyone who participated in WPHonors that submitted posts and those who voted. Also, a huge thanks to all of our awesome sponsors for supporting us.

5 Responses to “Winners”

  1. Brian Thomas

    So the theme framework that’s the most buggy wins? Just goes to show spamming your users works – shame it will mean more WordPress bloggers buying into it.

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  5. Alex

    Waiting for the 2011 contest hard to be better