Nominate the top open-source companies for 2008

Who will be cool in 2008? You choose.

Matt Asay Contributing Writer
Matt Asay is a veteran technology columnist who has written for CNET, ReadWrite, and other tech media. Asay has also held a variety of executive roles with leading mobile and big data software companies.
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Linux Magazine is seeking nominations of its annual survey of the top 20 most influential open-source companies. It is now looking to fill the roster for 2008. Stop by the site and nominate the best and brightest among the open-source crowd.

By the way, if you look back at the list for 2007, there surely is some wisdom in this crowd. It reads like a laundry list of companies to be acquired in 2007 (Zimbra, XenSource) or go public (VMware).