If you’re in the mood to do some grassroots classic Mac evangelism and you think WebObjects is cool, make sure to fill out a form on
Apple’s Web site.
The form itself enables users to cast a vote for WebObjects with the Java Developer’s Journal. The JDJ holds an interactive “Reader’s Choice Award” which enables folks to submit their picks for best software in the industry, in a variety of different categories. The form also enables you to receive a free subscription to the JDJ, but you can opt out of it if you prefer.
Right now, WebObjects is badly trailing other offerings from Apache, Borland, Oracle and other companies, so your vote could help make the difference. Votes are tallied by e-mail address, so can vote only once — per e-mail account.
Today is the last day to vote, as well, so if you’d like to help boost WebObjects, don’t dally — do it right now! The results will be announced on Monday, June 4, at the JavaOne 2001 conference.