The 2018 winners of the New Zealand Open Source Awards were announced at the gala dinner held at Te Papa in Wellington on 23 October.
Congratulations to all our winners and finalists.
- View all winners on our finalists page
- View photographs from the gala dinner and awards ceremony(external link)
- View the awards booklet [PDF, 1.1 MB]
- Thank you to our sponsors
Video from the 2018 awards ceremony
- Open Source Use in Business(external link)
- Open Source in Government(external link)
- Open Source in Education, Social Services and Youth(external link)
- Open Source Software Project(external link)
- Open Source Contributor(external link)
- Open Source use in Science(external link)
- Open Source use in the Arts(external link)
- Open Source People's Choice award(external link)
- Open Source special awards #1(external link)
- Open Source special awards #2(external link)
New Zealand Open Source Awards 2020
The next New Zealand Open Source Awards will be held in 2020. If you wish to go onto the mailing list to receive information about the awards email email@example.com
What are the New Zealand Open Source Awards
The Open Source Awards provides a chance to recognise and celebrate the outstanding work done with free and open source software and the artistic, scientific and social outcomes it delivers in New Zealand. The awards in 2018 will look at the successes over the last two years.
For New Zealand, free and open source technology not only represents an opportunity to contribute and be recognised on the world stage, but also to deliver real competitive advantage. Encouraging collaboration, openness, honesty and transparency allows for more effective tools and software to evolve, helping community-based organisations to meet the challenges they face.
The New Zealand Open Source Awards recognise and promote:
- the direct contributions of individuals to free and open source projects or the promotion of free and open source philosophy.
- exemplary use of free and open source by New Zealand organisations.
2018 NZOSA Sponsors