Objectives OZIG Special Interest Group - Year 2004
12 month seminar program
3 year meeting date schedule
Forum for Clients & Potential Clients
Meeting fees
Registration Notes

Year 2004 OZIG Objectives

The Objectives of the OZIG include:
1Raise Awareness of Open Source & Linux in the Business Community
2Run regular Education/Awarness Seminars for software developers
3Submit 3 Open Source Submissions to Government Tenders

12 month seminar program

There are 4 streams:
1 Open Source & Government Mar/Jul/Nov
2 Technical Issues Apr/Aug/Dec
3 Open Source Applications May/Sep/Jan
4 Open Source User issues Jun/Oct/Feb

Stream Month Year 2004 Topic
Open Source Applications Jan 29/01/2004Open Source & XML for e-bizness
User Experience Feb 19/02/2004Electronic Tenders as an Open Source Application
Open Source & Government Mar 25/03/2004
Technical issues Apr 22/04/2004
Open Source Applications May 27/05/2004
User Experience Jun 24/06/2004
Open Source & Government Jul 22/07/2004
Technical Aug 26/08/2004
Open Source Applications Sep 23/09/2004
User Experience Oct 28/10/2004
Open Source & Government Nov 25/11/2004
Technical Dec 16/12/2004
This program is subject to changed but the dates are fixed unless key speakers are unable to make the dates specified and request changes

Forum for Clients & Potential Clients

One of the main purposes for forming the OIC in 1994 OIC Culture was to
provide a neutral ground forum to assist business management appreciate the issues
involved with successful long term implementations of Electronic Information
Technologies (EIT).

Members of the OIC are encouraged to bring clients and potential clients to these
seminars to discuss the issues and perhaps consider an involvement with Open Source
project consortia to share the risk and propagate the benefits to user communities.

Registration Fees

To assist with the refreshments attendees are requested to register on the OIC Event
registration site OZIG meeting registration

The fees for seminar registration are:

Attendee TypeEarly birdRegistrationMembership 2004
Non-Member: $ 50.00$ 75.00
Event Notice Member: $ 40.00$ 60.00$ 500.00
Project Notice Member: $ 25.00$ 50.00$ 1,500.00
Project Observation Member:free $ 25.00$ 2,500.00
Project Participation Member:freefree$ 3,000.00
These fees may very depending on whether there is a key Australian speaker or an international speaker

Membership application can be submitted on Membership Registration

Registration Notes

1These rules are subject to change without notice as the OIC Electronic Processes are developed
2The Membership fees and seminar fees are to fund prototype projects like the
Electronic Event Registration Web forms, develop the OIC Electronic infrastructure and
extend the contact base
3OIC Project Observation and Project Participation Members may bring up to 4 persons
for at no additional fees. Non-members are limited to 2 persons
4OIC Project Observation and Project Participation Members receive copies of meetings
papers electronically and can access the Special Interest Group libraries electronically
5As a registered attendee you will receive electronically a copy of the papers provided by
the speakers for distribution within your own organisation and to clients
6A Membership application can be submitted on Membership Registration

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