Award Categories

The winners and finalists in each category in 2014 are:

Open Source Use in Government

For the outstanding use of free and open source in the public sector in New Zealand.

Winner

Finalists

Open Source Use in Business

For the outstanding use of free and open source in the private sector in New Zealand.

Winner

Finalists

Open Source Use in Education

For the outstanding use of free and open source in education in New Zealand.

Winner

Finalists

Open Source Software Project

Recognises the free and open source software that has had the biggest positive impact on New Zealand in the past two years.

Winner

  • fyi.org.nz - NZ Official Information Act Requests

Finalists

Open Source Contributor

For the outstanding contributions by a New Zealand individual or organisation to one or more free and open source projects.

Winner

Finalists

Open Source in Social Services

For the outstanding use of free and open source in social services, charities and community organizations.

Winner

Finalists

Open Science Award - Creating the Commons

This category recognises the spirit and ethos of open source as applied to artistic and scientific endeavours. We are interested in works released under the Creative Commons licences and open research initiatives.

Winner

Finalists

Open Art Award

This award recognises use of free and open source for creative endeavours of the arts in New Zealand.

Winner

Finalists

 

Open Source People's Choice Award

This award recognises the individual or organisation that the free and open source community at large feels is deserving of public acknowledgement.

Winner

Finalists

 

 

Clinton Bedogni Prize for Open Systems

The Clinton Bedogni Prize for Open Systems is awarded to the New Zealand individual (whether from academia or industry) who has made the greatest contribution to the field of Open Systems in the past two years.

Winner


 

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