The Bureau of Meteorology has started blocking the text browsers lynx and w3m from accessing its website, preventing many sight-impaired readers from using the site.
Free Software Melbourne, a collaboration between regional free software activist groups in Australia, will organise a function on 16 September to mark Software Freedom Day.
The main Linux user group in Victoria has decided to hold a vote at a special general meeting on 2 November on whether to wind up and become a sub-committee of Linux Australia, the umbrella organisation for Linux user groups in the country.
The Linux Users of Victoria (LUV), the biggest Linux user group in the state, has voted down a proposal to disincorporate and become a sub-committee of Linux Australia.
The Linux Users of Victoria user group will hold a mini-conference, installfest and set up its third regional chapter on October 29, according to LUV president Lev Lafayette.
A prominent figure from Melbourne's free and open source software community has complained to the Australian Labor Party that attempts to legalise the offshore processing of asylum-seekers are against party rules.
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