Here's the list of party positions determined: http://shockseat.com/communications/internet-filtering-scheme
However, the DDOS attacks are preventing me from determining the votes of Lower and Upper House on issues like Copyright for the upcoming Federal Election, so whenever some of the government sites are up I am unable to access it at all, especially Copyright Amendment Bill 2006 at aph.gov.au (http://parlinfo.aph.gov.au/parlInfo/search/display/display.w3p;adv=yes;db=;group=;holdingType=;id=;orderBy=priority,title;page=3;query=Dataset%3AbillsPrevParl%20Decade%3A%222000s%22%20Year%3A%222006%22;querytype=;rec=5;).
Some media are talking about it occasionally, it's not front page news and mostly it's just aggravating the government, the officials and site visitors. This isn't making the government abandon it or raising strong awareness with the public.
I implore you guys not to attack the government websites for months on end. If you're going to protest, try something else that's better at raising awareness.
/disclaimer, I run shockseat.com