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Ngā Tohu Pūmanawa Herekore o Aotearoa 2014

NZOSA Awards 2014

2014 Winners and Finalists

Winner - Open Source Use in Government:

Common web platform(external link) for Common Web Platform use of SilverStripe


Winner - Open Source Use in Business:

DiamondMind - DiamondAge(external link) and Mindkits(external link) for DiamondMind - the world-leading NZ-based 3D printer


Winner - Open Source Use in Education:

Catalyst Open Source Academy(external link) for the annual Open Source Academy


Winner - Open Source Software Project: link) for NZ Official Information Act Requests


Winner - Open Source Contributor:

Andrew Bartlett(external link) for Samba4 leadership


Winner - Open Source in Social Services:

UC CEISMIC(external link) for the UC CEISMIC Programme


Winner - Open Science Award - Creating the Commons:

Auckland Bioengineering Institute(external link) for open source software


Winner - Open Arts Award:

Birgit Bachler(external link)'s exhibition copy wildly

Winners - Open Source People's Choice Award:

Rob Elshire(external link) for Genotyping By Sequencing (GBS) contributions


Winner - Clinton Bedogni Prize for Open Systems:

Koray Atalag(external link)



Open Source in Government:

Auckland Council (Libraries) Makerspace(external link)

DigitalNZ(external link)

Totara Government User Group(external link)


Open Source Use in Business:

Piwik(external link)

Scoop Independent News(external link)


Open Source Use in Education

Makerspace in Dunedin(external link)

WEKA Data Mining project(external link)


Open Source Software Project

Koha Library Software project(external link)

Loomio(external link) - Open Source App for Collaborative Decision-Making


Open Source Contributor:

Kristina Hoeppner's(external link) contributions to Mahara

Randall Britten(external link) for Auckland Bioengineering Institute open source software


Open Source in Social Services

City Housing Computer Hubs(external link)

Wikiproject New Zealand(external link)


Open Science Award - Creating the Commons:

Global Marine Environmental Datasets(external link)

WEKA Data mining project(external link)


Open Arts awards:

19 Tory St(external link)

Douglas Bagnall(external link) for the Recur project


Open Source People's Choice Award:

Andrew Caudwell's(external link) contribution to data visualization

Chris Forbes for contributions to Mesa 3D OpenGL

Damian Mooyman(external link) contribution to Silverstripe

Dragonfly Science(external link) for their commitment to open data link) - NZ Official Information Act Requests

Loomio(external link)

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