The winners of the 2016 New Zealand Open Source Awards were announced at a gala dinner in Wellington last night.
The winners for each category were:
Also announced on the night was the University of Auckland's Department of Computer Science Clinton Bedogni Prize for Open Systems. The winner of the 2016 prize was Peter Gutmann.
“This is an impressive list of New Zealand's Open Source community, and it represents a cross-section of what is a thriving technical, social and creative sector.
“The calibre of the nominations meant that there were strong contenders in every category. And while all of the finalists were worthy of recognition, the judges unanimously agreed that the winners in each category were those most deserving of recognition for their contributions”, Jason Ryan, chair of the judging panel said.
More information on the winners and finalists is available at: https://nzosa.org.nz/
Contact: Jason Ryan 027 244 7081
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