NZRise wishes a huge congratulations to those award winners at last week’s Open Source Awards.
The winners are:
Digital NZ, an initiative that seeks to help people find, share, and use NZ digital content.
Catalyst for the Catalyst Cloud, the only fully API-driven cloud infrastructure in New Zealand.
Education, social services and youth
Wellington City Council for City Housing Computer Hubs, open source computing hubs for council tenants.
Massey University’s Make/Use team for Make/Use: User Modifiable Zero Waste Fashion, an open source system for making user-modifiable, zero waste garments.
The Cacophony Project, using modern IT tools and applying them to the problem of eradicating rats, stoats and possums from New Zealand.
Open Source Project
Paul Campbell’s OneRNG Project, a device that generates random data to improve the quality of security-critical operations, such as encryption.
Open Source Contributor
Eileen McNaughton for her contribution to CiviCRM.
Brent Wood for services to geospatial open source, and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Priv-O-Matic.
Michael Kerrisk for his work on the Linux Man Pages Project.