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The Sydney Morning Herald: The Penguin's Not Really Coming (Dec 15, 2005)

The Sydney Morning Herald: AIIA Open Source Event a Closed Shop (Dec 06, 2005)

Sydney Morning Herald: MySQL Hangs On to BitKeeper (Nov 03, 2005)

The Age: OpenDoc Plug-in for MS Office Users (Oct 21, 2005)

Sydney Morning Herald: Modest Alternative to Microsoft Analysis Paralysis (Aug 30, 2005)

The Age: Debian Debates Support for Ports (Jul 12, 2005)

Sydney Morning Herald: Gentoo Linux Founder Joins Microsoft (Jun 14, 2005)

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 22, 2005)

The Age: Interoperability Statement 'Orwellian' (Feb 12, 2005)

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

The Age: Desktop Linux 'Not Cost-Effective for Small Firms' (Dec 21, 2004)

The Age: Patently Yours (Nov 29, 2004)

Sydney Morning Herald: FBI Serves Subpoenas on Nmap Creator (Nov 26, 2004)

The Age: Open Source Back on the SA Agenda (Nov 10, 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 07, 2004)

The Age: SA Pollie Weighs in About Sasser Worm (May 06, 2004)

The Age: Open Source Group Hits Out at Back-Door Claims (May 04, 2004)

The Age: ACS Set to Call for Open Source Take-Up (Apr 30, 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 08, 2004)

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

The Age: Open Source Advocates Wary of FTA (Mar 13, 2004)

The Age: FSF Raises Doubts Over Two Open Source Licences (Mar 05, 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 18, 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 23, 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 13, 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 17, 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 15, 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)

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