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  • User:GregersP  + (Greg is an open source and open data advoc
    Greg is an open source and open data advocate. Though he started as a statistical consultant and developer (using FOSS like Debian, R, etc), he ended up in the geo business. Now he consults clients on several areas regarding geodata - mostly within the use of geodata and GIS at public admin clients. He has a strong belief in Open Data, and co-founded the company Septima in January 2013 to utilize the newly released national data. Greg is an avid speaker on the subject of Open Data.
    avid speaker on the subject of Open Data.)
  • User:Etienne  + (He realized his Phd in Geography about mod
    He realized his Phd in Geography about modelisation of landscape dynamics and prospective for steep slope vineyard. He've developed a research methodology based on field work and companion modeling, combined with the formalization of the observed processes and agents based models. This approach offer the possiblity to understand : spatials, social, cultural and / or economic conditions than take place on territorial scale to provide prospective scenarios.
    al scale to provide prospective scenarios.)
  • Cayetano Benavent  + (Head of Data, Professional Services - at CARTO, https://carto.com/)
  • User:Heegu Park  + (Heegu Park is a member of OSGeo Korean Chapter and loves the spirit of Opensource. He is one of the LOC members of FOSS4G 2015 event.)
  • User:Helena  + (Helena has participated in the GRASS GIS d
    Helena has participated in the GRASS GIS development since 1991 and co-authored the first book on GRASS. She is an associate director for geovisualization at the Center for Geospatial Analytics at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC and she leads NCSU GeoForAll lab, one of the founding labs of the OSGeo research and education initiative. She is a member of editorial boards for Geomorphology and Computers & Geosciences and has published numerous publications on tools and applications of GRASS GIS. She has developed methods for spatial interpolation, terrain analysis, hydrologic and erosion modeling and visualization. She received her PhD from the Slovak Technical University, Bratislava, Slovakia.
    echnical University, Bratislava, Slovakia.)
  • Exyzhao  + (Hello there! I am a sophomore in Texas and
    Hello there! I am a sophomore in Texas and I’m thrilled to be working with OSGeo and support open source. I’ve always been an extremely avid learner of geography and cartography. Ever since I was young, I would map out locations for fun, be it of my house, in my neighborhood, or of expansive video game worlds. My interest in maps lies in their raw power and how they are able to communicate mountains of information in a streamlined, visual medium. Their applications are infinite, and I love their functionality for the improvement of lives around the world (e.g. with resource distribution and sustainable development). I have very basic knowledge of Java, Javascript, and html, and I participated in GitHub’s Hacktoberfest 2017 for open source projects. I play the cello and piano, fluently speak 2 languages, and partake in math and world affairs competitions. My passion is volunteering to help youth, as I spend time as a general volunteer at a nature and science museum and with multiple youth-run organizations that work for the betterment of education and wellbeing of children.
    nt of education and wellbeing of children.)
  • Markiliffe  + (Hello! I'm Mark Iliffe, originally from England and now in New York. I was on the FOSS4G Nottingham LOC in 2013 and am chairing FOSS4G 2018 in Dar es Salaam.)
  • Joxta  + (Hello. I am a GCI participant and i would to learn more about programming.)
  • User:Eyedol  + (Henry Addo is an open source software deve
    Henry Addo is an open source software developer. He is an active contributor to the open source community and develops core features for the Ushahidi platform, a free and open source software for crowdsourcing information through multiple channels including SMS, the web, email and twitter and visualizing the information on a map.
    and visualizing the information on a map.)
  • User:Jwong1  + (Hi there! I'm just a typical junior in New
    Hi there! I'm just a typical junior in New Jersey in an engineering school. Right now OSGeo is the one organization I've been focusing on. Cmon, it's an organization dedicated to map making. How cool is that! I really loved fiddling around with topographic maps as a child, and this love for geography still lives on to this day as a deep personal interest of mine. Yes, call me a nerd for analyzing topographic and climate maps in encyclopedias because I had nothing to do. I have no shame in it, because it was something I found exciting as a child. As of now I am studying to become an engineer. What field of engineering, I don't know! Only time will tell. For now I'll just do what I enjoy doing. Things I also do in school. Typical nerd stuff, like Math League and Science Olympiad and Robotics. Although, one thing I can say about myself is that I'm a great cook.
    say about myself is that I'm a great cook.)
  • Hirofumi Hayashi  + (Hirofumi Hayashi (aka Hayashi) became an O
    Hirofumi Hayashi (aka Hayashi) became an OSGeo Charter member in 2010, and is a longtime member of the Board of the OSGeo-Japan chapter. He is very active in the OSGeo-Japan chapter, and directly involved in several OSGeo projects including the ZOO Project (PSC member), OSGeo4W (committing enhancements to the installer, plus translations), GRASS (translations), and MapGuide Open Source. He also works very hard on the planning committee for each FOSS4G-Japan event each year. Hayashi is a Manager for a large engineering company in Osaka Japan (Applied Technology Co.), and yet still finds time to contribute to the vibrant OSGeo-Japan community. One of Hayashi's daughters, Natsuki, is the now-famous FOSS4G hand model, the star of OSGeo-Japan's mola mola video, created for the FOSS4G-Japan 2008 event.
    , created for the FOSS4G-Japan 2008 event.)
  • User:SmitRambhia  + (I am a GCI 2017 student, working on the Add yourself to the OSGeo Member Map task. I Love Organizations Like Facebook, OsGeo, Google, etc.)
  • Kamal nayan  + (I am a GCI 2017 student, working on the Add yourself to the OSGeo Member Map task)
  • User  + (I am a GCI 2017 student, working on the Add yourself to the OSGeo Member Map task)
  • Aman  + (I am a GCI 2017 student, working on the Add yourself to the OSGeo Member Map task)
  • Anurag  + (I am a GCI 2017 student, working on the Add yourself to the OSGeo Member Map task)
  • User:TitanMx  + (I am a GCI 2017 student, working on the Add yourself to the OSGeo Member Map task.)
  • AreenGupta  + (I am a GCI 2017 student, working on the Add yourself to the OSGeo Member Map task.)
  • User:Bpuls52  + (I am a GCI 2017 student, working on the Add yourself to the OSGeo Member Map task.)
  • User:CodeMacabre  + (I am a freelance web developer, graphic de
    I am a freelance web developer, graphic designer and GIS specialist under the pseudonym CodeMacabre, and a learning technologist at the School of Geography and Planning at Cardiff University. I have a strong interest in web mapping, procedural generation and experimental interaction systems and I am an open-source and open data advocate.
    am an open-source and open data advocate.)
  • Momtahina Karim Meem  + (I am a programmer and a web developer at t
    I am a programmer and a web developer at the age of 13. I read in a high school of Chittagong city in 7th grade. Recently, I have designed my own school website and now learning machine languages. In future, I want to work with Google to make one of my best dream come true.
    le to make one of my best dream come true.)
  • Fionahf  + (I am a very keen advocate of everything Fr
    I am a very keen advocate of everything Free, Open Source and Geo, especially PostGIS, which I have been working with for over ten years. I helped organise the FOSS4GUK 2019 conference, and I'm looking forward to the opportunity of helping out with other OSGeo related events.
    lping out with other OSGeo related events.)
  • User:MarcVloemans  + (I am an accomplished market developer cum
    I am an accomplished market developer cum commercial evangelist for open spatial IT. As an international presenter, lobbyist, writer, marketeer and entrepreneur I have contributed to the dissemination of OSGeo-projects - such as PostGIS, GeoServer and OpenLayers - among end-users and decision makers.
    ers - among end-users and decision makers.)
  • User:Chingchai  + (I am an employee at Regional Center of Geo
    I am an employee at Regional Center of Geo-Informatics and Space Technology, Lower Northern Region, Naresuan University (GISTNU) and I also studying a master degree of Geographic Information Science (GISci) at Naresuan University, Thailand. I studing at Asst.Prof.Dr.Sittichai Choosumrong laboratory. Regarding my working at GISTDA@NU and my topic on my master degree is I am using FOSS4G with my works and my research. Belong to my works at GISTDA@NU, I contribute FOSS4G by giving workshop on QGIS, Openlayers etc. and many participants were attended. Belong to my study, I doing research based on Open Source Software using FOSS4G, Openlayers, MapServer ,GeoServer, pgRouting, GRASS, ZOO-Project etc. I have created QGIS community group in Thailand with more than 4,500 members are joining. We usually promote OSGeo in Thailand not only giving workshop but also conducting FOSS4G Thailand conference as a committee member. Sometime I used to have skype meeting with Prof.Venkatesh Raghavan laboratory at Osaka City University (OCU) in Japan to discusses and share about my works and OCU student works. I had submitted my proposal title "Bringing pyModis to the web throught ZOO-Project" and it had been accepted on Google Summer of Code 2016. (https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/archive/2016/projects/5493393094344704/) I also used to attend FOSS4G Thailand on December 2015 and now I am focusing only using FOSS4G on my works because FOSS4G is a very powerful tools for my project.
    G is a very powerful tools for my project.)
  • User:Shakeelsamsu  + (I am excited to be working with OSGeo on different tasks to further my understanding of how people can use the libraries of geospatial data uniquely.)
  • Girish  + (I am now a member of OSGeo Map)
  • User:Clds1  + (I belong to several groups that support th
    I belong to several groups that support the development of FOSS4G (Geoinquietos Madrid, AESIG as vocal y QGIS España Association as treasurer) and I attempt to contribute to the use of free GIS and creation of Open Databases, as well as participation in humanitarian mapping events or local development. In the last years, I have attended several national events (SIGLibre and Geocamp) and also international ones (FOSS4G and FOSS4G EU) all ones related to Open Sources and Free GIS. I have contributed to the preparation of the FOSS4G EU Sevilla candidacy in 2017 and I've organized Geocamp 2018 in Madrid. In 2019 I was part of the organization committee of International QGIS User Conference & Hackmeeting held in A Coruña (Spain).
    amp; Hackmeeting held in A Coruña (Spain).)
  • Jeff Hamm  + (I graduated as a geographer several datum
    I graduated as a geographer several datum changes ago, and remember clearly discovering the magic of gdal in my search to become digital and shpless. Now, 40 years later, I don’t know anyone that can’t find their way through the world using mobile mapping tools. At a MapServer user meeting in Ottawa in 2004, I found and embraced a vibrant, innovative and sociable community of such diversity, everyone had a place, and a role in growing a movement. As a participant and presenter at several FOSS4G conferences, I know how passionate OSGeo is about our community. In whatever small way I may have contributed, I have gained far more in return. I am particularly interested in engaging community in land use decision making, and in mapping the negotiated and overlapping jurisdiction of colonial and indigenous world views. I am fortunate to call the Yukon home, but I still stay connected with my OSGeo family everywhere. I value and respect diversity; and honour those who give of themselves to further the dreams of others.
    hemselves to further the dreams of others.)
  • Akotsev  + (I graduated in GIScience at the University
    I graduated in GIScience at the University of Sofia and started an academic career at the same university in 2004. In 2011 I was awarded a senior Fulbright scholarship at the Ohio State University where I worked with geocomputation and geovisualisation of spate-time data. Since 2012 I work at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission. I have accomplished many consultancies in data management in EU, Africa and Asia. My research interests include data analysis, sensor web, open source technology and architectures for knowledge management. I have extensively been using OSGEO products for teaching and research since 15 years.
    for teaching and research since 15 years.)
  • User:Akotsev  + (I graduated in GIScience at the University
    I graduated in GIScience at the University of Sofia and started an academic career at the same university in 2004. In 2011 I was awarded a senior Fulbright scholarship at the Ohio State University where I worked with geocomputation and geovisualisation of spate-time data. Since 2012 I work at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission. I have accomplished many consultancies in data management in EU, Africa and Asia. My research interests include data analysis, sensor web, open source technology and architectures for knowledge management. I have extensively been using OSGEO products for teaching and research since 15 years.
    for teaching and research since 15 years.)
  • Edwin Liava'a  + (I have a personal philosophy – “I innovate
    I have a personal philosophy – “I innovate and provide solutions, Not problems”. It's been over 20 years working in the Pacific Islands region, specializing in ICTs and Geo-spatial Solutions, and offering my skills and talents to support the building of FOSS solutions across the Pacific. Am also a Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLTs) as in Blockchain and Hashgraph enthusiast. Working towards integration DLTs and Geospatial Systems.
    s integration DLTs and Geospatial Systems.)
  • Didier Richard  + (I have been a supporter of OpenSource soft
    I have been a supporter of OpenSource software for Geomatics for long. I am working at IGN (French National Mapping Agency) and promotes openness and free software internally (e.g., at IGN's school, namely ENSG -- École Nationale des Sciences Géographiques, Géomatique --) and externally (past contributor to Geoserver, french translations, committer to PROJ.4 and GDAL, user of many OSS). I managed the French Geoportal project, which is based on opensource software like Geoserver, OpenLayer, PROJ.4, GDAL, etc ... and has a big PostgrSQL/PostGIS backend.I am also involved in local chapter's FOSS4G and member of the FOSS4G Europe 2017 organizing committee (logistics, workshops, codesprint and communication).
    workshops, codesprint and communication).)
  • Https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Andy Anderson  + (I have been using and occasionally developing open-source software since the mid-1980s, and specifically FOSS4G since 2007. I currently teach occasional classes with FOSS4G and write documentation for using FOSS4G.)
  • Andy Anderson  + (I have been using open-source software sin
    I have been using open-source software since the early 1980s, and specifically FOSS4G since 2007. I have been programming since the mid-1970s, primarily for scientific applications but also including open-source software, beginning with Fortran and C and continuing most recently with JavaScript, Python, R, and SQL. I currently teach occasional classes with FOSS4G and write documentation for using FOSS4G in my position as Academic Technology Specialist for Mathematical and Spatial Data Analysis at Amherst College, in my role as Adjunct Assistant Professor in Environmental Conservation at the University of Massachusetts, and as a member of GeoForAll. I also served on the Boston Local Organizing Committee for FOSS4G 2017, in particular as chair of the Program Committee.
    ticular as chair of the Program Committee.)
  • User:Eneerhut  + (I have loved maps since I was gifted a Dor
    I have loved maps since I was gifted a Dorling Kindersley World Atlas as a child. Over time that interest manifested itself through travel and an interest in other cultures, but not so much the maps themselves. It was only when I joined Mapillary in 2015 that I was able to explore my interest in geospatial further, initially through OpenStreetMap, and later through QGIS. Both projects have opened my eyes to the world of maps and open source, but more important to me are the practical applications of these tools. <br /> Since returning to Australia in December 2016, I have enjoyed engaging with the local communities of the region, and working together with others to build a strong regional geospatial community. In 2018 we put together the first FOSS4G SotM Oceania which was an overwhelming success with 250 people attending. Building upon this, we have created the entity OSGeo Oceania to support future conferences, improve participation, and elicit new perspectives. I'm currently leading sponsorship efforts for FOSS4G SotM Oceania 2019 in Wellington. <br /> If you're ever in Melbourne, come and say hi!
    you're ever in Melbourne, come and say hi!)
  • User:Brent Wood  + (I have used FOSS for about 30 years, datin
    I have used FOSS for about 30 years, dating back to CP/M on Z80 cpu's in the 1980's and 90's, when I ran a dial-up BBS supporting FIDO and Usenet. I use Linux almost entirely, having tried several distros, and currently find Mint best meets my needs. In 2016 I was awarded the Peoples Choice award in the New Zealand Open Source Awards, for services to geospatial open source software. In my acceptance speech I said I have the easy job. To use, demonstrate & train people in the use of FOSS GIS is made easy by the many developers that write the code I use, and do such a fantastic job. I manage to get to most FOSS4G conferences (the big one) and usually have at least one presentation there. Always happy to talk about & help with FOSS GIS!
    py to talk about & help with FOSS GIS!)
  • User:Tarmitage  + (I have worked in GIS since 2002, currently
    I have worked in GIS since 2002, currently at the University of Edinburgh, supporting the Geoservices that they run for UK Academia; Digimap, Unlock, UK data Service Census Support Boundaries. I also run the University of Edinburgh's GIS training for staff and postgraduate students in both QGIS and ArcGIS. I champion the use of QGIS at the University of Edinburgh and specialise in teaching GIS to people outwith the geosciences. I have a keen interest in using GIS for Data Visualisation.
    erest in using GIS for Data Visualisation.)
  • User:Jack Reed  + (I work at the Stanford Libraries increasing access to geospatial data. I'm a co-founder of the GeoBlacklight and OpenGeoMetadata projects and work on a variety of other open source software projects.)
  • User:A Pushpendra  + (I'm A Pushpendra , have interest in developing and competetive programming , though i'm just a begineer .)
  • User:Jbelien  + (I'm a Web Developer from Brussels. I work
    I'm a Web Developer from Brussels. I work as employee in a small company from Laeken (Brussels) named GEO-6 since 2005. We mainly develop web applications using web mapping. At first we used our own MapServer (developed by a former employee - running under Windows to display MapInfo files) with our own JavaScript library to display and interact with the map. Yes, we totally reinvented the wheel ... not very clever I agree. In 2013, we finally decided to switch from Windows to Linux and switch from our custom map applications (difficult to maintain) to open-source solutions. We choose to use OSGeo MapServer, Leaflet JS Library and the power of GDAL library. Very (VERY) happy to have switched even if today I regret to have chosen Leaflet over OpenLayers (which seemed a little bit "old") and so currently (slowly) migrating from Leaflet to OpenLayers 3. I also work as Freelance Web Developer on my spare time. Also in web development but not "limited" to web mapping applications. I'm an OpenStreetMap member since 2012 but did my first real contribution last Saturday (not very proud about having waited 4 years to finally contribute) : http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/jbelien
    http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/jbelien)
  • User:Narceliodesa  + (I'm a geographer and I love maps and spati
    I'm a geographer and I love maps and spatial data. I am one of the coordinators of the Brazilian QGIS User Group where I participate in QGIS translation projects into Portuguese, I am active in social networks to help lusophone users find solutions to the problem they face in QGIS and give training and outreach presentations. FOSS4G tools in universities and research institutions. I am a member of the Brazilian OpenStreetMap community, where I collaborate with the production of open spatial data in OSM and spreading the importance of open spatial data in the production of scientific knowledge and decision making. I write a blog and have a YouTube channel that provides step by step guides for producing maps and data cartography in QGIS. Since I participated in FOSS4G Argentina in 2016, I have become more involved with the local communities of Brazil and Latin America, especially Argentina. I am part of the Geocast project, a Brazilian geotechnology channel that brings together several geotechnology professionals. I am ahead of Fortaleza Geoinquietos, a local initiative to build a strong regional geospatial community in northeastern Brazil. Charter Member of OSGeo since 2019 If you are in Ceará, come and say hello!
    If you are in Ceará, come and say hello!)
  • User:ScottC  + (I'm a program manager with a background in
    I'm a program manager with a background in geospatial analysis and I advocate for the maximum use of open source software in all of the projects I'm responsible for. I've participated in open source projects for a few years now and have an interest in GeoNode, QGIS, GeoWave and GeoGig. One of the projects I worked on is GeoSHAPE (http://geoshape.org). I attend FOSS4G whenever I can for the great community and to keep up on the latest with open source geospatial software.
    test with open source geospatial software.)
  • John Bryant  + (I'm an open source GIS keener, originally
    I'm an open source GIS keener, originally from Canada, more recently in Australia, and currently roaming Europe. President of OSGeo Oceania. Chair of FOSS4G SotM Oceania 2018. Organiser of geogeeks.org and georabble.org. Always keen to meet other spatial enthusiasts. Building a strong open geospatial community in Oceania!
    rong open geospatial community in Oceania!)
  • User:Guillermo Pizarro  + (I'm student in a Master Degree at UPM on Computer Science. I really love all about OSGeo and I implement software with FOSS4Gis.)
  • Meogeo  + (I'm teaching GIS and Programming for spatial analysis.)
  • Mike Saunt  + (I've been using Open Source GeoSpatial sof
    I've been using Open Source GeoSpatial software since 2003, originally with TAB2TAB. In 2005 I setup Astun Technology with the goal of being the leading Open Source GeoSpatial business in the UK. Working as part of a wide community of developers and users has enriched Astun, so we want to put something back. Astun is committed to supporting the community whether through sponsorship of the OSGeo Foundation or providing support to local chapters such as OSGeo:UK and the events they organise such as the FOSS4G:UK conference and QGIS User Groups. I believe that the community needs to be well funded to be sustainable and in 2017 Astun contributed in excess of £10,000 to various Open Source projects as sponsorship and / or funding code development. Astun also contributed over 90 man days of our staff’s time in helping with events, code sprints, hacks and other activities.
    code sprints, hacks and other activities.)
  • User:Mikesaunt  + (I've been using Open Source GeoSpatial sof
    I've been using Open Source GeoSpatial software since 2003, originally with TAB2TAB. In 2005 I setup Astun Technology with the goal of being the leading Open Source GeoSpatial business in the UK. Working as part of a wide community of developers and users has enriched Astun, so we want to put something back. Astun is committed to supporting the community whether through sponsorship of the OSGeo Foundation or providing support to local chapters such as OSGeo:UK and the events they organise such as the FOSS4G:UK conference and QGIS User Groups. I believe that the community needs to be well funded to be sustainable and in 2017 Astun contributed in excess of £10,000 to various Open Source projects as sponsorship and / or funding code development. Astun also contributed over 90 man days of our staff’s time in helping with events, code sprints, hacks and other activities.
    code sprints, hacks and other activities.)
  • User:Ian  + (Ian's GIS career has spanned academia, bus
    Ian's GIS career has spanned academia, business and government, including research positions at the universities of Cambridge and Exeter, director of a GIS company and also working for the UK government as a lead software engineer at the Met Office. Ian is an honorary fellow of the University of Exeter, and continues to be a regular speaker at the University of Cambridge. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
    Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.)
  • User:Eva  + (In 2013 graduated Master's degree of Geoinformatics at Palacký University, Olomouc. Since school years using FOSS GIS software. Advanced user of MapServer, MapCache, QGIS Desktop + Server, PostGIS, pycsw, etc.)
  • User:Magicgate  + (Info: * background in Geography and Geo
    Info: * background in Geography and Geoinformatics * interested in geospatial application development using open source tools * mainly working with PostGIS, QGIS and has knowledge in Bash, Python and Java * good overview about FOSS4G software stack * working a lot with OpenStreetMap data, following its developments and contributing from time to time * regular participant, volunteer and (a few times) speaker on FOSS4G, FOSS4G-E, FOSSGIS (Germany), FOSS4G-Norway conference and OpenStreetMap meet-ups * using OSGeo-live as working environment and is contributing from time to time
    ment and is contributing from time to time)
  • User:Shailesh  + (Interested in Geospatial development activities using open source tools. Involved in GIS developement and training the students and community using open source tools like Geoserver, Postgres, OpenLayers and Python.)