Difference between revisions of "PDXOSGEO Member Listing"

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| Melelani (Mele) Sax-Barnett
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| GIS Analyst
| GIS Technician
| TriMet, OpenStreetMap
| TriMet, OpenStreetMap

Revision as of 22:04, 1 November 2012

No. Full Name (nickname) Job or Personal Desc. Affiliation/GIS interests
1. Jeremy VanGelder GIS Technician I-10 Associates
2. Robert Denner GIS Coordinator/Techie City of Philomath
3. David Percy Geospatial Data Manager and Map Wrangler Portland State University Geology and Urban Planning Depts
4. Eli L Adam GIS Analyst Lincoln County, GeoMoose, GDAL, PostGIS, webmapping, OSGeo, fun maps
5. Melelani (Mele) Sax-Barnett GIS Technician TriMet, OpenStreetMap
6. Ryan Hodges Applications Developer Ecotrust
7. Matthew Perry Applications Developer Ecotrust
8. Rafa Gutierrez Cartographer/Developer Grafa Geographic Design
9. Scott Fletcher Applications Developer Ecotrust
10. Darrell Fuhriman Engineering Manager Renewable Funding, LLC
11. Justin Healy Analyst/Project Manager Real Urban Geographics, LLC
12. Tim Welch Senior Developer Ecotrust
13. Justin R. Miller Developer MapBox
14. Grant Humphries GIS Analyst TriMet, OpenStreetMap
15. Heather K Cowley GIS Analyst Cowley GIS
22. Amber Case @caseorganic Co-founder Geoloqi, OpenStreetMaps, GPS, Location, Mobile
23. Tom Kline GIS wannabe KMCTF Cave inventory GIS kmctf.org
24. Full Name (nickname) Job or Personal Desc.
#. * start with the line above copy this TEMPLATE * include the next line *
To EDIT this page and add your name follow the directions below.

1.) Please click on the "EDIT" tab above.
2.) Once in Edit mode, find and copy from the template above
......(hint: look for the following line - "| align="center"|#)".
3.) Locate the last entry and paste just below that. Change the "No." field to the next member number and add your personal data.

If you are new to Wiki editing and would like a hand with adding yourself as a member, then just ask another member at the next meeting you attend to help!