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The '''ASFDAP''' (Australian SF Distributed Archive Project) brings together individuals from a number of diverse Australian SF interest groups, including the [[Swancon]] History Project, the [[Australian Science Fiction Wiki]], [[Meteor Inc]] and the [[MUSF|Murdoch University Science Fiction / Speculative Fiction Foundation (MU(SF)²F)]]
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The '''ASFDAP''' (Australian SF Distributed Archive Project) brings together individuals from a number of diverse Australian SF interest groups, including the [[Swancon]] History Project, the [[Australian Science Fiction Wiki]], [[Meteor Incorporated]] and the [[MUSF|Murdoch University Science Fiction / Speculative Fiction Foundation (MU(SF)²F)]]
  
 
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The ASFDAP (Australian SF Distributed Archive Project) brings together individuals from a number of diverse Australian SF interest groups, including the Swancon History Project, the Australian Science Fiction Wiki, Meteor Incorporated and the Murdoch University Science Fiction / Speculative Fiction Foundation (MU(SF)²F)

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This is a club page. Please extend it by adding information about when and where the club met, when and by whom it was founded, how long it was active, notable accomplishments, well-known members, clubzines, any conventions it ran, external links to the club's website, other club pages, etc.

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