"Now what?", Bizannes wrote on the site. "Plan — what plan? Contribute to this discussion list, and let's see what we can build together, to create a more unified, supportive Australian information sector."
So far a number of Australia's technology luminaries have signed up to discuss the nation's start-up IT sector on the site. For example, Faraday Media CEO Chris Saad, Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes, RMG Connect interactive art director John Johnston have all joined.
I'm seeing more and more initiatives like this from Australia's start-up, entrepreneurial IT or Web 2.0 sector, whatever label you apply to it. In particular, start-up consultancy Pollenizer, which is run by Phil Morle and Mick Liubinskas, has started a number of initiatives to get start-ups together. They've got an IT event calendar and are organising a shared office space for start-ups in Sydney.
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