NZOSS head to stand down

Open source president since 2002 to resign

Peter Harrison, the president of the New Zealand Open Source Society since its foundation in 2002, will stand down as of the society's annual general meeting this year.

In a note on the society's web site, Harrison said he made the decision last year and is happy that there are people in the organisation that were more than competent to take his place.

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