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T.E.R:R.A.I.N - Taranaki Educational Resource: Research, Analysis and Information Network - Home
Taranaki Educational Resource: Research, Analysis and Information Network aims to provide open source software solutions to community groups who want to use Geographic Information Systems to analyse their data and display the maps on the www.

TERRAIN is a community project, based in Taranaki, supported by community groups and businesses, to improve the understanding of our environment and the ways we interact with it. The project fits with the principles of environmental sustainability and education developed by the Government of New Zealand, and was made possible through the Digital Strategy Fund “Community Partnership Fund 112” during the year 2008 - 2009.
nz  opensource  gis  geo 
june 2009 by gnat
Richard Hulse: A Free and Open Source Audio Player
Radio New Zealand's first open source project: a Javascript-based media player built on jQuery.
web  nz  media  javascript  opensource 
november 2008 by gnat
Main Page - WikiEducator
single place for open educational resource projects to plan and develop content. Otago Polytechnic a founder.
education  opensource  nz 
september 2008 by gnat
open source software for communal art performances
nz  art  software  opensource 
august 2007 by gnat
The Gerris Flow Solver
Gerris is an Open Source Free Software library for the solution of the partial differential equations describing fluid flow. GPL. Supported by NIWA in NZ.
nz  opensource  physics  simulation  math 
august 2007 by gnat
The New Zealand Open Maps Project for Garmin Mapping GPS
map databases for use with Garmin GPS units, lets you buy cheap US GPS units and use them locally
nz  mapping  geo  gps  software  opensource 
august 2007 by gnat
OpenSource Reporter - Australia/New Zealand
overview of mahara and moodle, nz govt funded
education  opensource  nz 
may 2007 by gnat
Open 4 Business
NZ site about open source for business manager
opensource  business  nz 
march 2007 by gnat

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