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The Age: Linux Looks to Hilton for Exposure (Apr 01, 2005)

Sydney Morning Herald: Red Hat Says Drop in Active Sites of No Concern (Mar 21, 2005)

The Age: Interoperability Statement 'Orwellian' (Feb 11, 2005)

The Age: Open Source Used for Tsunami Management System (Jan 27, 2005)

The Age: Desktop Linux 'Not Cost-Effective for Small Firms' (Dec 20, 2004)

The Age: Patently Yours (Nov 29, 2004)

Sydney Morning Herald: FBI Serves Subpoenas on Nmap Creator (Nov 25, 2004)

The Age: Open Source Back on the SA Agenda (Nov 09, 2004)

Sydney Morning Herald: SCO Case 'Unlikely to Invalidate Licences' (Nov 03, 2004)

The Age: Slackware May Drop GNOME (Oct 27, 2004)

The Age: WINE Will Set You Free, Hardware Vendors Told (Sep 16, 2004)

IT Manager's Journal: SCO Suits Having a Chilling Effect on Open Source in Outsourcing (Aug 03, 2004)

Sydney Morning Herald: Open Source Group Says Monoculture Breeds Worms (May 06, 2004)

The Age: SA Pollie Weighs in About Sasser Worm (May 05, 2004)

The Age: Open Source Group Hits Out at Back-Door Claims (May 03, 2004)

The Age: ACS Set to Call for Open Source Take-Up (Apr 29, 2004)

Sydney Morning Herald: US Patent Office Asked to Review FAT Patent (Apr 16, 2004)

The Age: Open Source Group Calls for Balanced Analysis (Apr 07, 2004)

The Age: Melbourne Open Source Provider Targets SMEs (Mar 27, 2004)

The Age: Open Source Advocates Wary of FTA (Mar 12, 2004)

The Age: FSF Raises Doubts Over Two Open Source Licences (Mar 04, 2004)

Two More SCO Happenings (Mar 03, 2004)

Sydney Morning Herald: Fyodor Pulls Nmap from SCO Products (Feb 27, 2004)

Sydney Morning Herald: Novell Says Linux Interest Growing in Asia-Pacific (Feb 27, 2004)

Sydney Morning Herald: The Linux Desktop is Here (Feb 17, 2004)

Sydney Morning Herald: Australian Firm Again Asks SCO to Show Proof of IP Violations (Feb 03, 2004)

Sydney Morning Herald: Aust Firm Tells SCO to Detail Evidence (Jan 22, 2004)

The Age: Open Source Firm Releases Patch for IE Spoofing Flaw (Dec 19, 2003)

Sydney Morning Herald: Mozilla Only Partly Vulnerable to IE Flaw (Dec 15, 2003)

The Age: URL Parsing Flaw Not Confined to IE (Dec 12, 2003)

Update: Sydney Morning Herald: ACT Passes Open Source Bill (Dec 11, 2003)

The Age: ACCC Seeks Details from SCO over Vic Group's Complaint (Oct 09, 2003)

The Age: Gartner Findings on Desktop Linux Disputed (Sep 16, 2003)

Sydney Morning Herald: SCO May Not Know Origin of Code, Says Australian UNIX Historian (Sep 09, 2003)

Sydney Morning Herald: No Plans to Sue Linux Companies, Says SCO (Aug 29, 2003)

The Age: Open Source Group Urges Switch to Avoid 'Costly' Windows Worms (Aug 14, 2003)

The Age: The Penguin Road Patrol (Aug 11, 2003)

Sydney Morning Herald: Vic Greens Set to Complete Linux Switch by Year-end (Aug 07, 2003)

SCO's Troubles Continue in Oz (Jul 29, 2003)

Sydney Morning Herald: Open Source Group Files Complaint Against SCO (Jul 23, 2003)

Sydney Morning Herald: SA Govt Softens Tone on Open Source, But Refuses to Back Bill (Jul 17, 2003)

The Age: Group Urges Aust Governments to Adopt Open Standards (Jul 11, 2003)

The Age: Securing Linux (Jul 07, 2003)

The Age: Libranet: The End Justifies the Means (Jul 03, 2003)

Sydney Morning Herald: Red Hat Violating GPL, Says Tech Evangelist (Jun 19, 2003)

Sydney Morning Herald: Fate of South Australian Open Source Bill Likely to be Known by July End (Jun 19, 2003)

Sydney Morning Herald: South Australia Urged to Drop Bill on Open Source Software (Jun 17, 2003)

Analysts Who Saw SCO Code Begin to Pay Attention to Man Behind Curtain (Jun 13, 2003)

Sydney Morning Herald: ESR Seeks Information on Nullifying of Unix Trade Secrets (May 27, 2003)

Sydney Morning Herald: Xandros: A Pleasant Experience (Mar 11, 2003)

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