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Ngā Tohu Pūmanawa Herekore o Aotearoa 2016

NZOSA Awards 2016

2016 Winners and Finalists

Winner - Open Source Use in Government:

DigialNZ and National Library of New Zealand for DigitalNZ(external link)

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Winner - Open Source Use in Business:

Catalyst for The Catalyst Cloud(external link)

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Winner - Open Source Software Project:

Paul Cambell for The OneRNG project(external link)

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Winner - Open Source Contributor:

Eileen McNaughton’s(external link) contribution to CiviCRM(external link)

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Winner - Open Source Use in Education, Social Service and Youth:

City Housing, Wellington City Council for Wellington City Housing Computer Hubs(external link)

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Winner - Open Source use in Science:

The Cacophony Project(external link) for bring back the bird song to New Zealand

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Winner - Open Source use in the Arts:

Make/Use Team, Massey University for Make/Use(external link): User Modifiable Zero Waste Fashion

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Winners - Open Source People's Choice Award:

Brent Wood(external link) for services to Geospatial Open Source in New Zealand

Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Priv-O-Matic(external link)

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Winner - Clinton Bedogni Prize for Open Systems:

Peter Gutmann

Finalists

Open Source in Government:

NZ Herald for fyi.org.nz(external link)

Sensible for Sensibel(external link)

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Open Source Use in Business:

NZRS and Inspire Net Ltd for Open Source Wireless Network Modelling Tools - Wavetrace(external link) and Inspire-geo(external link)

The Samba Team for Samba as an AD DC(external link)

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Open Source Software Project:

Imagination Technologies for Awa LWM2M(external link)

Loomio for Loomio(external link)

Open Source Contributor:

Aleisha Amohia's(external link) contributions to Koha

Brent Wood(external link) for services to Geospatial Open Source in NZ

Douglas Bagnall(external link) for contributions to open source spy software

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Open Source in Education, Social Services and Youth:

Ignite(external link) - a house points game for secondary schools

NatureWatch NZ(external link) Leading Citizen Bioscience in NZ

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Open Source use in Science:

Jared Kibele: developer of open source software for marine habitat mapping(external link)

Mark J. Costello for Marine biodiversity databases(external link)  and IOBIS(external link)

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Open Source use in the Arts:

Caroline McQuarrie for The No Town Project(external link)

Julian Oliver for Public Patch(external link)

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa(external link) for Website and Online Services Project (WOSP)

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Open Source People's Choice award:

DigialNZ and National Library of New Zealand for DigitalNZ (external link)

Douglas Bagnall(external link) for contributions to open source spy software

Land Information New Zealand for NZGOAL-SE Consultation(external link)

Sensible for Sensibel(external link)

The Cacophony Project(external link) for bring back the bird song to New Zealand

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Clinton Bedogni Prize for Open Systems:

Bryce Van Dyk

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