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| [http://users.tkk.fi/~jolma/index.html TKK]
| [http://users.tkk.fi/~jolma/index.html TKK]
| [http://www.gdal.org GDAL/OGR], [http://wiki.osgeo.org/index.php/Core_Curriculum_Project Curriculum project]
| [http://www.gdal.org GDAL/OGR], [http://wiki.osgeo.org/index.php/Core_Curriculum_Project Curriculum project]
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| (60° 16' , 24° 46')
| Professor at TKK, Finland (geoinformatics, environmental information systems, water resources systems), [http://map.hut.fi/PerlForGeoinformatics/ just another Perl hacker] [[User:ajolma]]
| Professor at TKK, Finland (geoinformatics, environmental information systems, water resources systems), [http://map.hut.fi/PerlForGeoinformatics/ just another Perl hacker] [[User:ajolma]]

Revision as of 12:36, 8 March 2006

Name Affiliations OSGeo Projects (Lat,Lon) About
Chris Holmes The Open Planning Project, GeoServer Incubator, Board, GeoTools (40.72,-74.00) I come from the Java side of the OSGeo fence, getting my start in GeoServer, where I was lead developer for a couple years, and GeoTools, where I still serve on the PMC. My time is made possible by The Open Planning Project (TOPP), a great non-profit in New York that has been the lead supporter of GeoServer for years now. I spent the last year in Zambia on a Fulbright Scholarship, looking at the potential for open source software to help implement spatial data infrastructures in developing countries. It was a bit of a failure, but I learned a ton, and I see a lot of potential for open source in developing countries, towards truly open spatial data infrastructures. I'm back at TOPP, in a new role as VP of Strategic Development, helping to grow the organization, and figuring out how to make our geospatial stuff self sustaining. Once that's rolling, I hope to reinvest extra revenue in to figuring out and building a truly open geospatial web. And just like apache and linux are the bedrock that the World Wide Web rests on, so too do I believe that the geospatial web necessarily must be built on a foundation of OS Geo software. My continuing thoughts on all of this can be found at http://cholmes.wordpress.com
Michael P. Gerlek LizardTech Promotion and Visibility Committee (47.673166,-122.530143) Engineer at LizardTech, doing MrSID and JPEG 2000 stuff. Playing with with the next generation of technologies for supporting raster data GIS workflows.
Frank Warmerdam Independent GDAL/OGR, MapServer, Incubator, Board (45.45,-77.25) Lead developer of GDAL/OGR and freelance geospatial software developer.
Jason Birch City of Nanaimo Web Site, Promotion & Visibility (49.155, -124.005) I am a long-time GIS/IT/'Net junkie, and am currently working for the City of Nanaimo's IT department as a Sr. Applications Analyst (GIS Specialist). I am excited about what I see happening in the open source geospatial world, with OSGeo as a catalyst. User:Jasonbirch
Howard Butler Hobu, Inc Web Site Committee, (42.00, -93.00) MapServer hacker, MTSC member. GDAL hacker. ESRI ArcSDE hack. Purveyor of Windows binary builds User:hobu
Markus Neteler ITC-irst, CEA, GDF Hannover GRASS GIS, Board, Promotion & Visibility (46.06714, 11.15113) Developer of GRASS GIS, researcher at ITC-irst + CEA, Trento, Italy and co-founder of GDF Hannover User:neteler
R. Paul Warriner Town of Orchard Park Web Site Committee (43.17, -78.69) Network Coordinator, old oil field hand (really, I do know what a frac job is), started with remote data comm. from well sites in '84 as a truckdriver, turned computer jockey by Linux in '93, found ArcView 1.0 the same year (I think), and the rest is ..... (oh yeah, I did some of that Calculus, Organic Chemistry, and Thermo thingy stuff along the way). User:RPaulW
Bart van den Eijnden OSGIS Chameleon, (52.0768396070808, 5.12454) Freelancer working with several open source GIS tools, mainly Chameleon, Mapserver and Geoserver.


Helena Mitasova North Carolina State University GRASS GIS, Curriculum project (35.77, -78.69) Researcher at NCSU (geospatial technology, environmental modeling, sustainable development), Developer of GRASS GIS. User:Helena
Daniel Morissette Mapgears MapServer, GDAL/OGR (48.42, -71.04) Involved in MapServer, GDAL/OGR and most MapTools.org projects, mostly around webmapping and data access and distribution. User:dmorissette
Ari Jolma TKK GDAL/OGR, Curriculum project (60° 16' , 24° 46') Professor at TKK, Finland (geoinformatics, environmental information systems, water resources systems), just another Perl hacker User:ajolma
Jeff McKenna DM Solutions Group MapServer (45.401397610, -75.725861625) MapServer documentation, MS4W maintainer, maptools co-maintainer. User:jmckenna
Add yourself Everyone is welcome Just edit the wiki (login/join in upper right corner) Input lat/long here Copy and paste this entry, put it last, and change the one above to your information