The SVG Linux User Group: This is a community of Linux users in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines who share knowledge and collaborate on open-source projects. They have a website with resources, forums, and events: http://svglug.org/
Caribbean Open Institute (COI): COI is a regional initiative that promotes open-source software, open data, and open government in the Caribbean. They have a chapter in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and their website has information on open-source events and projects: http://www.caribbeanopeninstitute.org/
Dr. Alistair Fraser: Dr. Fraser is a Vincentian computer scientist who has done research in distributed systems and security. He is currently a professor at the University of the West Indies and has published several papers on open-source technology.
Dr. Richard Robertson: Dr. Robertson is a geologist and former director of the Seismic Research Centre at the University of the West Indies. He developed an open-source software called SeisComP3 that is used for earthquake monitoring and analysis around the world.
Dr. Clayton Lewis: Dr. Lewis is a Vincentian computer scientist who has done research in human-computer interaction and accessible technology. He is currently a professor at the University of Colorado and has been involved in several open-source projects, including the Accessible Digital Office Suite (ADOS).
By exploring these resources and learning about the work of these notable technologists, you can gain a deeper understanding of the open-source technology landscape in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
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