Helping Australian Governments to achieve leadership in providing policy frameworks supportive of open standards and of the growth and success of the Australian open source industry

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Australian Open Source Directrory

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The Australian Open Source Directory is now available (in beta status)

The Australian Open Source Directory will demonstrate the breadth and depth of skills and support available in the Australian free and open source marketplace.

Membership Benefits and Services

OSIA Members are able to offer a wide range of services based on Open Source Software Solutions. The open nature of the technologies used also makes it much easier to have our Members team up, cooperate and consolidate their capabilities to offer the most appropriate solutions to the clients at any level.

Constitution

OSIA is Australia's national Open Source industry body. It exists to further the cause of both Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) in Australia and to support its members to improve their business success in this growing sector of the global Information and Communication Technology (ICT) market. It also provides authoritive and consistent information about Open Source Software.

Date: 
2004-05-14

OSIA Board Members

The OSIA Board, during the 2017/18 term are:

  • Mr Jack Burton (Saosce Pty Ltd, SA) - Company Secretary

For board matters, membership and compliance matters, please contact the company secretary.

Historical reference: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Source_Industry_Australia

Date: 
2017-12-12

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We would not be here without our Sponsors...

The official sponsorship programme allows OSIA the opportunity to fund its many initiatives on behalf of its membership and continue its work to raise the profile of the open source industry as a whole:

OSIA is proud of the many companies and individuals whose support enables us to help our members to improve their business success and enables us to promote the case for free and open source software in Australia.