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Submitted by donna on 6 December, 2009 - 22:40

It was a drupal filled week.  We set two new Drupal sites free into the world, and signed up to sponsor DrupalSouth.

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is happening in Wellington on the weekend of 23-24 January 2010. It promises to be New Zealand's largest gathering of Drupalppl with Australia and elsewhere due to the proximity of linux.conf.au taking place the week immediately before hand. The totally fabulous Angie Byron and Emma Jane Hogbin will be speaking, as will scores of other great Drupal professionals, and not-so professionals.  After attending Melbourne DrupalCamp earlier this year, I am really looking forward to participating and getting to know more of the local community. 

Software Freedom Day 2008

Submitted by donna on 26 August, 2008 - 12:54

Software Freedom Day 2008 Melbourne - The Hub AT DocklandsSaturday 20 September is Software Freedom Day. Creative Contingencies is providing pro bono assistance to this year's event management team.

The team has sourced and secured a new venue. The Hub@Docklands is the community centre for Melbourne's growing waterside neighbourhood, which has a great little cinema room. A series of interesting talks covering a range of topics around technology and freedom have been scheduled to run through out the day.

There's also a light filled Atrium where free and open source software demos will showcase the technology. Visitors can take home a CD filled with applications they can use at school, at home or at work.

Accessing Public Sector Info

Submitted by donna on 31 July, 2008 - 13:39

The Parliament of Victoria's Economic Development and Infrastructure (EDI) Committee is conducting an inquiry to consider and report to Parliament on the potential application of open content and open source licensing to Victorian Government information.

Creative Contingencies has been invited to make a submission to the EDI Committee to express views on the Inquiry's term's of reference which are as follows... (emphasis mine).

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