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Re: [Australia-public-discuss] Need examples of innovative Australian so

From: Shayne O'Neill
Subject: Re: [Australia-public-discuss] Need examples of innovative Australian software
Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2010 15:01:55 +0800

Good bit of innovative software from a brosef of mine. 

No patents. Uses distributed protocols (namely gnutella I think) to distribute 
consensus decision making and reaching processes.

On 03/09/2010, at 7:16 AM, Ben Sturmfels wrote:

> Hi Folks,
> Thank for your overwhelming support of our patents letter!
> We're now taking the next step of preparing a petition that can be
> presented to the Federal House of Reps. This has requirements of being
> on paper and with original signatures. I'll look forward to collecting
> your signature some time soon.
> I'm looking for examples of innovative Australian software (developed
> without patents), preferably earlier than 1992. The earlier the better.
> So far I have:
> - Trumpet Winsock (internet connection tool, 1993)
> - HotDog Pro (web page editor, 1995)
> - rsync (data syncronisation tool, 1996)
> - netfilter/iptables (firewall tools, 1998)
> What others can you think of?
> Cheers,
> Ben
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