This signifies to me that the smaller ISPs are really stepping up, and you highlighted that in your comments. That's about twice as much as the others.
You also brought the concept of settlement patterns into it. In your previous comment you mentioned that this model might not apply to all regions, because the settlement pattern varies on a regional level. As we get further north, where it is much harder and there's not as strong a business case for us to be able to get the fibre backbone, what type of approach do you suggest? Do you still suggest the model you've suggested here, the open source? Will that help?
You also talked about technology choices, as your fourth element. You said the technology might vary depending on the region. Can you comment on the applicability of this model as a strategy, as we get to the northern and more remote and separated areas?