Perry is a graduate student in Conservation Biology program at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. He is interested in finding ways to integrate geospatial technologies into community-based conservation processes. You can reach him at pnaciona at gee eye ess dot ee dee you. :) Or at naci0002 at umn dot edu.
In addition to being an OSGeo member, Perry is currently (2006-2007) the vice chair of the Information Technology and Interoperability (IT&I) Committee of the Federation for Earth Science Information Partners.
Here are some of the workshop and documentations materials that I've created and made available to the public.
- MapServer Tutorial
- Getting Started With MapServer - one of the many incarnations of this workshop.
- This one was developed for the Federation of Earth Science Partners (ESIP) 2006 summer meeting in Palisades, NY.
- A version of this workshop was last presented at the Open Source Geospatial 2005 Conference (Third MapServer User Meeting) in Minneapolis in June 2005. Presented with Tyler Mitchell and Jeff McKenna.
- Yet another version was presented at the Minnesota GIS/LIS Conference, October 2005. This workshop was presented by Steve Lime, David Fawcett and myself.