[Linux-aus] 2020 summit - does open-source software havea place at the table?

Kimberlee Weatherall k.weatherall at law.uq.edu.au
Mon Feb 4 08:32:20 UTC 2008

Happy to help with whatever if there's anything I can add.

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<quote who="Jonathan Oxer">

> > * Lobby government that at least 1 or 2 open-source software leaders
> > be asked to participate
> > * Prepare a brief of how software freedommight impact on those 10
> > areas outlined by the government.
> +1. That's the very first thing that came to my mind when I saw it on
> the news yesterday, and I was going to suggest the exact same thing.

Same. :-)

> I'd be happy to help out with a submission. Anyone else interested in
> collaborating?

Keen to help prepare, but I'd suggest Tridge and Pia as representatives
LA/OSIA if we manage to get two in (a few people have pinged me about
it, but I'd push T&P forward without a moment's pause).

I'd suggest pulling some folks together for a conf call one night this
which could be another activity performed with a view to revive OSEG,
would be really valuable given the opportunities on offer (and created,
as the Census and OZOSA) this year.

- Jeff

linux.conf.au 2008: Melbourne, Australia
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