It's that time once more: like last year, and the year before, and for time immemorial, ever-prominent community site ticalc.org has opened their Program of the Year competition. Program of the Year, or PotY, allows ticalc.org users to vote on their favorites of all the programs featured in ticalc.org news articles from December 1st of the previous year to November 30th of the current year. Voting takes place in one-week increments, starting with TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus programs, and moving through TI-84 Plus CE/TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition, TI-89/TI-92, TI-Nspire, and computer programs. In past years, there were categories for the TI-82, the TI-85/TI-86, and others, but sadly, we no longer have enough programs in each of those categories for a vote.
This year, ticalc.org news editor Xavier "critor" Andréani has spent November catching up on various interesting projects from this year and past years, filling the pipeline of PotY candidates. Like the past years, you can vote by signing in with your ticalc.org account and vote for your favorite program in the poll at the frontpage. You have 7 days to vote, then a new poll will begin. Please, please take a minute to go learn about the programs and go vote! As Travis "tev" Evans pointed out, if no one votes, there can be no winner. Best of luck to all the authors, congrats for the great projects, and may the best program win.