[Announce] Winners of the 2004 Australian Open Source Awards

David Purdue david.purdue at auug.org.au
Fri Oct 29 00:55:34 UTC 2004

AUUG is pleased to announce the winners of the 2004 Australian Open 
Source Awards.

The awards were announced at the 6th Australian Open Source Symposium, 
held yesterday in Perth.

The awards are voted on by AUUG members, and this year for the first 
time voting was opened to Linux Australia and SAGE-AU members as well.

The winners are:

Technology Award

Andrew Morton - For work on the Linux kernel. 

Application Award

Richard Sharpe - For work on the Ethereal network analyzer. 

Community Award

Jeremy Malcolm - For outstanding contribution to the understanding of 
para-technical and legal issues surrounding open source within the 
Australian context.

Full details can be viewed at: 

Many thanks to Silicon Breeze who sponsor the awards and make the gold 
"tux" statues given as prizes.

David Purdue, President
AUUG Incorporated
Ph: +61 2 8824 9511;  Fax: +61 2 8824 9522;  mailto:david.purdue at auug.org.au

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