The New Zealand Open Source Awards celebrate open source developments in New Zealand at a biannual awards ceremony, held since 2007. The awards are run by the New Zealand Open Source Society.
Past winners of New Zealand Open Source Awards
|2007||2008||2010||2012||2014||2016 ||2018 |
|Open source use in government||State Services Commission (ICT Branch)||Radio New Zealand||IRD's use of Moodle||GeoNet Rapid (by GNS Science)||Common Web Platform||DigialNZ and National Library of New Zealand for DigitalNZ||The Service Innovation Lab for the Rates Rebates Alpha and Family Services Directory API|
|Open source use in business||Zoomin / ProjectX||Egressive / Dave Lane||Ponoko||Totara Learning Management System||DiamondMind – DiamondAge and Mindkits||Catalyst for The Catalyst Cloud||Sparks Interactive for the Drupal Sector distribution and sector.org.nz|
|Open source use in education [in later years also included Social Services and Youth]||New Zealand Summer of Code||Mahara||Albany Senior High School||Manaiakalani||Catalyst Open Source Academy||City Housing, Wellington City Council for Wellington City Housing Computer Hubs||AUT Library For Tuwhera|
|Open source software project||New Zealand Open GPS||SilverStripe||SilverStripe||Piwik||fyi.org.nz||Paul Cambell for The OneRNG project||The Faucet Foundation - SDN Controller project|
|Open source contributor||Chris Cormack for Koha||Robert O'Callahan||Tabitha Roder for One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)||Grant McLean for work on Perl and wider community||Andrew Bartlett for Samba4 leadership||Eileen McNaughton’s contribution to CiviCRM||Victoria Spagnolo - for contributions to the Drupal Project and Drupal Migrate|
|Open source advocate||Linux.conf.au organisers Andrew & Susanne Ruthven|
|Open source in social services [in later years was merged into broadened Education category]||Vet Learn||FLOSS Manuals||Soup Hub and WCC Housing Computer Hubs||UC CEISMIC programme|
|Open science award – creating the Commons||GNS Science for Data Policy and Services||Auckland Bioengineering Institute||The Cacophony Project for bring back the bird song to New Zealand||Kea Sightings Project for the Kea Database|
|Open art award||Select Parks||Bronwyn Holloway-Smith for "Ghosts in the Form of Gifts" (Te Papa)||Bronwyn Holloway-Smith for "Whisper Down The Lane"||Birgit Bachler for "Copy Wildly"||Make/Use Team, Massey University for Make/Use: User Modifiable Zero Waste Fashion||Wellington Independent Arts Trust for Urban Dream Brokerage|
|Open source people's choice award||Amie McCarron for the Alcoholics Anonymous NZ websites||Sofa Statistics||Rob Elshire||Brent Wood for services to Geospatial Open Source in New Zealand and Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Priv-O-Matic||Whare Hauora sensors project Whare Hauora Sensors|
|Promoting open culture||Warrington School for the Ubuntu Room radio station|
|Clinton Bedogni prize for open systems||Robert O'Callahan||Koray Atalag (University of Auckland)||Peter Gutmann||Dr. Richard Lobb|
|Open Source special awards||Brenda Wallace and Lillian Hetet-Owen|
- New Zealand Open Source Awards 2014 Event programme. CC-BY-SA.
- "Previous Winners 2010". New Zealand Open Source Awards. Archived from the original on 28 November 2014. Retrieved 16 November 2014.
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- "Previous Winners 2012". New Zealand Open Source Awards. Archived from the original on 22 October 2014. Retrieved 16 November 2014.
- "Piwik winners at open source awards". 7 November 2012.
- "Open Source and the Arts". 8 November 2012.
- "Site that helps with OIA requests among 2014 NZ Open Source Awards winners". 13 November 2014.
- "Common Web Platform wins Open Source Award | Blog | New Zealand Government Web Toolkit". Archived from the original on 14 January 2015. Retrieved 25 November 2014.
- "NZOSA Awards 2016 | New Zealand Open Source Awards".
- "Finalists | New Zealand Open Source Awards".