Raven Zachary is research director for Open Source at the 451 Group, a technology industry analyst company headquartered in New York. As a community activist, Zachary is also a key organizer of BarCamps in the US. Alolita Sharma talks to Raven Zachary about the trends he sees as a key industry analyst and as an active community organizer in the open source world.
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