A leap second bug in Linux caused an airline reservation system to fail, wreaking havoc in Australia.
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PyCon Australia and Google are trying to get more women to attend the PyCon Australia conference, by offering $500 "gender diversity delegate grants" to fund travel, accommodation and registration costs for some delegates.
After a successful implementation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and an open-source thin client, oil and gas exploration company Santos is looking towards deep analysis of big data.
Australian open-source services provider NetSpot has been bought up by online learning firm BlackBoard, along with US-based Moodlerooms.
Futurist Mark Pesce who presented a keynote address at Australian open-source conference gathering Linux.conf.au 2011 has apologised for images he displayed during his talk.
Richard Stallman, president and founder of the Free Software Foundation, has said that the Australian Taxation Office's e-tax software is "unjust".
Sydney's Linux community took a blow last week, losing EverythingLinux founder Anthony Rumble to what appeared to be a tragic home accident.
Microsoft has assured coders that its Open Specification Promise — a pledge it won't sue developers using OOXML — will apply to future versions of the document format.
Microsoft has struck out at the Software Freedom Law Centre's (SFLC) claims that its Open Specification Promise is not as open as it should be.