Australian Government Seminar on Open Source Software

The Australian Federal Government is holding a

seminar to “address general OSS issues with a focus on Linux based operating systems and applications”
on February 18th 2003 at the National Press Club in Canberra.

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It’s fully booked already and the speakers include the AUUG, IBM and, er, Microsoft. Presumably they’ll be touting their “Shared Source” model (Leon Brooks has written
an interesting comparison of Shared Source and Open Source
which is well worth a read, especially for the awkward questions for Microsoft at the end).

The NOIE Website has further details of the conference.

Interestingly, the Canberra chapter of the AUUG is holding their own
Unix and Open Source in Government technical symposium
on March 1st 2003 at ANU.

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