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Fernando Quadro: Live: Precisamos falar de PyQGIS

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2019-07-16 12:08

Prezados Leitores,

Nesta quinta-feira, dia 18/07 as 22h, acontecerá uma Live no canal do YouTube GeoCast denominada “Precisamos falar de PyQGIS”. Ela é uma iniciativa dos amigos Kyle Felipe e Felipe Sodré Barros, que iniciarão um grupo de estudos sobre o PyQGIS.

Se você tem interesse em aprender um pouco sobre essa integração da linguagem Python com o QGIS, não perca esta primeira live, nela serão dadas informações detalhadas de como será o grupo, a periodicidade entre outros detalhes.

Você se interessou? Então não perca a Live do dia 18.

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gvSIG Team: II Congreso Internacional JUST Side: Complex Social Systems. Geodata Integration in Law and Policy

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2019-07-16 07:25

El 25 y 26 de noviembre tendrá lugar el II Congreso Internacional JUST SIDE (Justicia y Sostenibilidad en el Territorio a través de Sistemas de Infraestructuras de Datos Espaciales), bajo el lema “Complex Social Systems. Geodata Integration in Law and Policy”. Este congreso, organizado por la Red iberoamericana JUST Side, tendrá en esta ocasión como sede la Universidad de Coimbra, tras haber sido celebrada la primera edición en Montevideo (Uruguay). La Asociación gvSIG, como miembro de la Red tendrá una presencia activa en el congreso.

El Congreso tiene como objetivo profundizar y compartir conocimiento alrededor del concepto de Geoderecho, que combina el análisis jurídico de los datos territoriales, ambientales y sociales a partir del uso de herramientas y metodologías de análisis espacial, a fin de obtener información sobre injusticias socio-ambientales que pueda servir como base científica para la adopción o corrección de políticas públicas. La geomática en software libre como herramienta para apoyar la toma de decisiones, para promover y fortalecer las políticas públicas, para hacer frente a los desafíos sociales, ambientales, económicos, jurídicos y democráticos.

El llamado a ponencias está abierto hasta el 15 de septiembre. Se pueden enviar las propuestas al correo just.side@ij.uc.pt. Los resúmenes deben tener un máximo de 1.200 palabras y pueden ser redactados en Castellano, Portugués o Inglés. Todas las propuestas aceptadas tendrán su correspondiente publicación ISBN.


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Oslandia: (Fr) Oslandia recrute : développeur(se) C++ et Python

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2019-07-15 14:05

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.

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CARTO Blog: Announcing 2019's Spatial Data Science Conference

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2019-07-15 10:00
The field of Spatial Data Science is growing exponentially, across multiple industries. Academic programs are springing up globally, with some of the world’s leading instit...
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Martin Davis: Better/Faster ST_PointOnSurface for PostGIS

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2019-07-15 05:53
And now for the final chapter in the saga of improving InteriorPoint / PointOnSurface.  For those who missed the first two episodes, the series began with a new approach for the venerable JTS Geometry.interiorPoint() for polygons algorithm.  Episode 2 travelled deep into the wilds of C++ with a port to GEOS.  The series finale shows how this results in greatly improved performance of PostGIS ST_PointOnSurface.

The BC Voting Area dataset is a convenient test case, since it has lots of large polygons (shown here with interior points computed).
The query is about as simple as it gets:

   select ST_PointOnSurface(geom) from ebc.voting_area;

Here's the query timings comparison, using the improved GEOS code and the previous implementation:

Data sizeTimeTime
ST_Centroid5,658 polygons
(2,171,676 vertices)341 ms4,613 msx 13369 ms
As expected, there is a dramatic improvement in performance.  The improved ST_PointOnSurface runs 13 times faster than the old code.  And it's now as fast as ST_Centroid.  It's also more robust and tolerant of invalid input (although this test doesn't show it).

This should show up in PostGIS in the fall release (PostGIS 3 / GEOS 3.8).

On to the next improvement... (and also gotta update the docs and the tutorial!)

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FOSS4G 2019 Bucharest: FOSS4G2019 Bucharest detailed program is out!

OSGeo Planet - Fri, 2019-07-12 15:03

We are officially on the fast lane of preparations and with every day that passes, new and exciting pieces receive their perfect spot in the puzzle. Some pieces are strikingly visible, some are less, but together they will come to be your FOSS4G2019.

With great pleasure we announce that today the FOSS4G2019 puzzle has received a new palpable, important piece: the detailed schedule! Preparing it was not an easy task, yet it was one of the most enjoyable ones! By reading through all the accepted abstracts in order to identify the most appropriate slot for each one, we could grasp the maturity and coherence, yet dynamicity and progressiveness of the open source geospatial fully developed ecosystem. We are confident that we have succeeded in transposing this in the 11 parallel tracks, one of which is, of course, the academic track .

For those of you that crave for a closer, more in-depth and hands-on study into the entrails of the open source ecosystem, make your choice out of the 44 workshops and 6 labs on display.

Beyond doubt, the global FOSS4G has become the must-attend event for all geospatial professionals, novices, students, professors or researchers, be they developers, users, entrepreneurs, open source evangelists or proprietary software believers, geographers or mathematicians, geologists or computer scientists, oceanographers or land surveyors. Within the 11 tracks of FOSS4G2019 Bucharest one can find each and every single category, yet, true valuable progress resides in all of us standing shoulder to shoulder, looking in the same direction and bringing all our contributions to compose the geospatial role in making our world a better place. Let us all stand shoulder to shoulder and listen to the inspiring keynote speakers of FOSS4G2019 Bucharest! With years of experience in various backgrounds, knowledge and goodwill they envision the geospatial directions of progress and, in August 2019, they come from all across the world to share their vision with us!

We invite you to browse the FOSS4G2019 Bucharest detailed schedule and construct your preliminary trajectory throughout the most awaited geospatial conference of the year using the interactive features from presentation, workshop and lab pages.

Haven’t registered yet? We strongly advise that you do, as it’s best to secure your place at the coolest geospatial event of the year!

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gvSIG Team: Novos grupos de gvSIG no Telegram

OSGeo Planet - Thu, 2019-07-11 06:16

A interação com os usuários do nosso programa gvSIG é primordial e qualquer novo canal de comunicação é sempre bem vindo. A Associação gvSIG segue disponibilizando o uso das listas de discussão como principal forma de contato com os usuários, quer seja pelo grande número de usuários, quer seja pelo histórico que fica disponível a todos. No entanto, um chat pode ser um canal de interação que pode ser interessante em muitos momentos e situações, e que pode perfeitamente complementar as formas de contato dos usuários com o time do gvSIG.

Baseados na sugestão do usuário do twitter @ideaplusgeo (alterego desse que vos fala), a Associação gvSIG resolveu criar um novo grupo no Telegram, destinado ao gvSIG Suite. O grupo é aberto a qualquer pessoa que queira participar, e será um prazer contar com a sua presença. Nesse grupo já estão participando os membros da Associação gvSIG, usuários e desenvolvedores.

Aproveitando este fato, estamos abrindo também um grupo no Telegram voltado para os usuários de língua portuguesa, o grupo gvSIG Brasil, um espaço para compartilharmos dicas, tutoriais, links, dúvidas, entre outros assuntos relacionados ao gvSIG, em português.  Esse espaço vem se somar ao grupo gvSIG Brasil no Facebook, no qual você também é convidado a participar.

Se você é um usuário e/ou desenvolvedor, ou ainda, quer conhecer mais sobre esse excelente SIG, aproveite e venha participar de nossas comunidades!

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gvSIG Team: Cours gratuit sur les systèmes d’information géographiques appliqués à la gestion des municipalités : modules sur gvSIG Online disponibles

OSGeo Planet - Wed, 2019-07-10 11:25

Les modules sur gvSIG Online du cours gratuit sur les systèmes d’information géographiques appliqués à la gestion des municipalités sont maintenant disponibles.

gvSIG Online est une solution intégrale en logiciel libre pour gérer l’information spatiale d’une entreprise en suivant le modèle des IDS (Infrastructures de données spatiales).

Avec gvSIG Online, un conseil municipal peut organiser son information géographique de la façon la plus efficace possible, en ayant différents outils, aussi bien pour générer des cartes que pour gérer la base de données spatiales de l’organisation, mais aussi parier sur des technologies gratuites pour garantir leur indépendance technologique.

Une IDS permet d’organiser toute l’information géographique, en facilitant sa location et son accès en temps réel, en évitant la duplication et l’information, en résolvant le problème d’accès à l’information mise à jour et en permettant l’interopérabilité avec l’information géographique aussi bien en interne qu’avec d’autres entreprises.

Dans ces modules, vous ne pourrez pas effectuer directement les exercices, car une mise en oeuvre de la plateforme est nécessaire, mais vous pourrez ce qui peut être fait avec gvSIG Online.

Si vous êtes intéressé(e) pour une mise en oeuvre de gvSIG Online dans votre municipalité, ou dans n’importe quel type d’organisation, vous pouvez nous contacter en nous écrivant à l’adresse : info@gvsig.com, et nous vous donnerons plus d’informations à ce sujet.

Nous publierons dans le courant de la semaine prochaine le module sur gvSIG Mobile. Le certificat sera disponible quand ce module aura été publié.

Pour suivre ce cours, aucune inscription n’est nécessaire, vous n’avez qu’à suivre les vidéo-tutoriaux. Vous trouverez une section “questions fréquentes” au premier post de ce cours, avec toutes les informations importantes.

Modules: Module 16.1: gvSIG Online (Publier une cartographie)

Lors de ce module, vous pouvez voir comment connecter gvSIG Desktop et gvSIG Online, comment effectuer une édition sur l’application et publier cette information géographique.

Module 16.2: gvSIG Online (Edition basique)

Lors de ce module, nous allons voir comment créer et charger de nouvelles couches dans gvSIG Online, et comment marchent les outils d’édition basiques disponibles dans gvSIG Online. De plus nous allons expliquer comment télécharger de nouveaux shapefiles sur tous les pays du mone, pour effectuer de nouvelles opérations dans gvSIG Online, mais aussi dans gvSIG Desktop.

Autres modules:
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GeoNode: GeoNode 2.10

OSGeo Planet - Wed, 2019-07-10 00:00
GeoNode 2.10 Released

The GeoNode dev team is proud to announce the release of GeoNode 2.10 stable!

GeoNode 2.10 ships a lot of new features:

  • MapStore2 Client v1.3.1
  • Release Changelog
  • Updated to Django 1.11+
  • Updated to GeoServer 2.14.3
  • Updated pycsw to 2.4.0
  • Updated Celery to 4.2.1

and a lot of fixes and code refactoring from 2.8 Release.

Don't upgrade before backing up your data!

There are a lot of internal changes from version 2.8 to 2.10

Installation Instructions

Installation Guides

Getting support

You can report any issues or feature requests in our Issue Tracker in Github.

And a big thank you to all the developers and contributors for the big effort. See you in our Users mailing list

This Website is licensed CC by SA 2012. - GeoNode Contributors. Designed by Spatial Dev

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gvSIG Team: Taller SIG básico con gvSIG en IASC 2019 -materiales, guías y video-tutoriales

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2019-07-09 15:38

Como muchos de ustedes ya sabrán GeoForAll es una red de promoción de la ciencia geoespacial abierta que fomenta el intercambio y la cooperación mutua entre sus integrantes, a través de actividades de capacitación, intercambio académico, difusión, disponibilidad de materiales didácticos, elaboración de proyectos conjuntos, entre otras. Sus principios fundamentales incluyen: software libre y abierto, estándares abiertos, datos abiertos, recursos educativos abiertos, y acceso libre a publicaciones de investigación.


Tratando de honrar estos principios hemos realizado un taller sobre SIG básico con gvSIG como una de las actividades de IASC 2019 (XVII Conferencia Bienal IASC, titulada “En defensa de los comunes: Desafíos, Innovación y Acción”, Lima -Perú- del 01 al 05 de julio del 2019). El taller formó parte de las actividades previas a la Conferencia, desarrollándose el día viernes 28 de junio. Se realizó en modalidad de video-conferencia (instructor remoto -en Uruguay- y asistentes en aula, con apoyo de instructor en el lugar).


Es trascendental destacar la importancia de expandir las sinergias y colaboraciones con la comunidad IASC (Asociación Internacional para el Estudio de los Bienes Comunes). En este sentido es que entendemos esta actividad es sólo una de muchas que seguramente se concretarán en el futuro.


Tal como prometimos ponemos ahora a disposición de toda la Comunidad los materiales, guías y video-tutoriales de este taller de manera que cualquiera que quiera podrá reproducir lo realizado en el mismo.

En este enlace podrán descargar la carpeta ACTIVIDAD, la que contiene:

  • ​8 archivos
    • ​​4 archivos .zip que corresponden a las 4 capas de información geográfica (IG) descargadas del sitio de NaturalEarth y que se utilizan en el taller (países del mundo, sus divisiones administrativas de primer orden, los bordes continentales y los principales centros poblados del mundo); al descomprimirlos se generan las 4 carpetas que también están en esta carpeta ACTIVIDAD y que tienen igual nombre
    • 2 archivos pdf correspondientes a las guías del taller
      • ​​una guía pre-taller, que explica cómo buscar y descargar IG de internet (los 4 archivos que se mencionan antes), cómo descargar y ejecutar gvSIG, y cómo deplegar la IG descargada en gvSIG; la guía finaliza explicando cómo guardar lo realizado, creando un proyecto de gvSIG que es con el que parte el taller propiamente dicho
      • la guía del taller, donde se explica en detalle todo lo realizado durante el mismo
    • ​una planilla (HDI.dbf) necesaria para uno de los ejercicios
    • el archivo gvsproj. que se crea siguiendo las instrucciones de la guía mencionada anteriormente (en caso de que al querer abrir este archivo no encuentre las capas, preguntará dónde hallarlas; solamente habrá que cargarlas desde las carpetas que se encuentran en esta misma carpeta y que se describen a continuación)
  • 5 carpetas
    • ​4 carpetas, producto de descomprimir los archivos .zip que contienen las capas de IG que se utilizan en este taller; cada carpeta contiene 7 archivos, 5 de los cuales corresponden a la IG propiamente dicha -el shapefile- y los 2 restantes a información de esta IG
    • una carpeta “MAPA DE CALOR” que contiene las 3 capas de IG necesarias para ejercicios del taller

En este enlace podrán acceder a la lista de reproducción de los video-tutoriales de lo realizado en el taller, explicando paso a paso todo el proceso: desde la búsqueda y descarga de IG hasta la creación de un mapa para compartir o imprimir.


Quisiéramos agradecer a los organizadores de IASC 2019 por permitirnos la oportunidad de compartir esta instancia de capacitación. También agradecer a Marino Carhuapoma quien ofició de instructor de apoyo en el lugar. Y muy especialmente nuestro agradecimiento hacia Charlie Schweik (University of Massachusetts Amherst) quien hizo posible que esto sucediera.

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CARTO Blog: Location Intelligence Underpins Cannabis Sector Growth

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2019-07-08 10:00
News of a rising cannabis industry is nearly impossible to avoid these days, as global perception and regulatory structures have changed dramatically over the last decade.
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Free and Open Source GIS Ramblings: Five QGIS network analysis toolboxes for routing and isochrones

OSGeo Planet - Sun, 2019-07-07 09:46

In the past, network analysis capabilities in QGIS were rather limited or not straight-forward to use. This has changed! In QGIS 3.x, we now have a wide range of network analysis tools, both for use case where you want to use your own network data, as well as use cases where you don’t have access to appropriate data or just prefer to use an existing service.

This blog post aims to provide an overview of the options:

  1. Based on local network data
    1. Default QGIS Processing network analysis tools
    2. QNEAT3 plugin
  2. Based on web services
    1. Hqgis plugin (HERE)
    2. ORS Tools plugin (openrouteservice.org)
    3. TravelTime platform plugin (TravelTime platform)

All five options provide Processing toolbox integration but not at the same level.

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you’re probably also aware of the pgRoutingLayer plugin. However, I’m not including it in this list due to its dependency on PostGIS and its pgRouting extension.

Processing network analysis tools

The default Processing network analysis tools are provided out of the box. They provide functionality to compute least cost paths and service areas (distance or time) based on your own network data. Inputs can be individual points or layers of points:

The service area tools return reachable edges and / or nodes rather than a service area polygon:

QNEAT3 plugin

The QNEAT3 (short for Qgis Network Analysis Toolbox 3) Plugin aims to provide sophisticated QGIS Processing-Toolbox algorithms in the field of network analysis. QNEAT3 is integrated in the QGIS3 Processing Framework. It offers algorithms that range from simple shortest path solving to more complex tasks like Iso-Area (aka service areas, accessibility polygons) and OD-Matrix (Origin-Destination-Matrix) computation.

QNEAT3 is an alternative for use case where you want to use your own network data.

For more details see the QNEAT3 documentation at: https://root676.github.io/index.html

Hqgis plugin

Access the HERE API from inside QGIS using your own HERE-API key. Currently supports Geocoding, Routing, POI-search and isochrone analysis.

Hqgis currently does not expose all its functionality to the Processing toolbox:

Instead, the full set of functionality is provided through the plugin GUI:

This plugin requires a HERE API key.

ORS Tools plugin

ORS Tools provides access to most of the functions of openrouteservice.org, based on OpenStreetMap. The tool set includes routing, isochrones and matrix calculations, either interactive in the map canvas or from point files within the processing framework. Extensive attributes are set for output files, incl. duration, length and start/end locations.

ORS Tools is based on OSM data. However, using this plugin still requires an openrouteservice.org API key.

TravelTime platform plugin

This plugin adds a toolbar and processing algorithms allowing to query the TravelTime platform API directly from QGIS. The TravelTime platform API allows to obtain polygons based on actual travel time using several transport modes rather, allowing for much more accurate results than simple distance calculations.

The TravelTime platform plugin requires a TravelTime platform API key.

For more details see: https://blog.traveltimeplatform.com/isochrone-qgis-plugin-traveltime

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Fernando Quadro: Pesquisas de Data Science em Nova York

OSGeo Planet - Wed, 2019-07-03 13:46

Prezados leitores,

Neste post falei um pouco sobre alguns projetos de Big Data e Data Science que estão sendo realizados em Nova York pela equipe da CARTO, empresa referência global em GIS, com base em metodologias que tem sido muito estudadas na academia e colocados em prática no mercado.

Sage Research Methods é o melhor guia de métodos, fornecendo mais de 1000 livros de alta qualidade, obras de referência, artigos de periódicos e vídeos instrucionais que mostram as metodologias de pesquisa de acadêmicos e especialistas de todo o mundo.

No outono passado, eles se juntaram a CARTO na sua sede em Nova York para trabalhar junto com sua equipe de ciência de dados na criação de guias de vídeo, seguindo passo a passo as pesquisas realizadas e o processo por trás de dois de seus mais recentes projetos de dados espaciais.

1. Entendendo o uso de parques públicos de NYC com a ciência de dados espaciais

Neste projeto, os cientistas de dados visualizaram e analisaram mais de um milhão de pontos de dados anônimos de GPS móveis e dados abertos (open data) do Departamento de Parques e Recreação de Nova York. Isso os permitiu analisar especificamente como as pessoas passam o tempo e interagem com outras pessoas nos parques públicos da cidade de Nova York. Esse tipo de detalhe pode ajudar a criar regulamentos, políticas de parques, projetos futuros e muito mais.

2. Usando a Ciência de Dados para melhorar as vendas de Food Trucks

Os avanços na Inteligência de Localização e na ciência de dados espaciais continuam a transformar as práticas de negócios e os processos de tomada de decisões de negócios, e o planejamento do local é um exemplo importante dessa mudança. Com insights de novos fluxos de dados, é possível determinar quais sites têm maior probabilidade de aumentar as vendas para empresas sazonais, temporárias e móveis.

Neste projeto a equipe de ciência de dados trabalhou com um mês de dados anônimos de transações para cada um dos 10 food trucks. Usando essas informações, eles puderam avaliar o desempenho atual, criar modelos de receita cada vez mais confiantes e, finalmente, prever os seis locais de food truck com melhor desempenho para futuras operações na cidade de Nova York.

Fonte: CARTO Blog

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Fernando Quadro: Wheelmap: O Mapa da Roda

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2019-07-02 13:25

O mapa da roda é um mapa para lugares acessíveis a cadeiras de rodas. Através do site, qualquer pessoa pode facilmente encontrar, registrar e avaliar lugares em todo o mundo.

O projeto, que está disponível desde 2010, foi concebido para ajudar usuários de cadeira de rodas e pessoas com outras deficiências de mobilidade a planejar seu dia de uma maneira mais previsível.

Atualmente, mais de 900.000 cafés, bibliotecas e muitos outros locais públicos estão registrados. Todos os dias, mais de 300 novas locais são adicionadas. O Wheelmap também está disponível como um aplicativo gratuito para iPhone, Android e Windows Phone. Assim, o mapa pode ser convenientemente usado na estrada através do smartphone.

Wheelmap.org é um projeto dos HERÓIS SOCIAIS, um grupo de jovens dedicados que trabalham juntos para desenvolver projetos criativos desde 2004, para conscientizar e, na melhor das hipóteses, eliminar problemas sociais.

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CARTO Blog: New Spatial Data Science Video Research Guides

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2019-07-02 10:00
Sage Research Methods is the ultimate methods guide, providing over 1000 high quality books, reference works, journal articles, and instructional videos the showcase the re...
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PostGIS Development: PostGIS 3.0.0alpha3

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2019-07-01 00:00

The PostGIS development team is pleased to release PostGIS 3.0.0alpha3.

This release works with PostgreSQL 9.5-12beta2 and GEOS >= 3.6

Best served with PostgreSQL 12beta2.

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QGIS Blog: QGIS Grant Programme 2019 Results

OSGeo Planet - Sun, 2019-06-30 20:12

We are extremely pleased to announce the winning proposals for our 2019 QGIS.ORG grant programme. Funding for the programme was sourced by you, our project donors and sponsorsNote: For more context surrounding our grant programme, please see: QGIS Grants #4: Call for Grant Proposals 2019.

The QGIS.ORG Grant Programme aims to support work from our community that would typically not be funded by client/contractor agreements. For the first time, this year we did not accept proposals for the development of new features. Instead proposals should focus on infrastructure improvements and polishing of existing features.

Voting to select the successful projects was carried out by our QGIS Voting Members. Each voting member was allowed to select up to 6 of the 10 submitted proposals by means of a ranked selection form. The full list of votes are available here (on the first sheet). The second sheet contains the calculations used to determine the winner (for full transparency). The table below summarizes the voting tallies for the proposals:

A couple of extra notes about the voting process:

  • The PSC has an ongoing program to fund documentation so elected to fund the proposal “Open documentation issues for pull requests” even if this increases the total funded amount beyond the initial budget.
  • Although the budget for the grant programme was €20,000, the total amount for the winning proposals is €22,200. This increase is possible thanks to the generous support by our donors and sponsors this year.
  • Voting was carried out based on the technical merits of the proposals and the competency of the applicants to execute on these proposals.
  • No restrictions were in place in terms of how many proposals could be submitted per person / organization, or how many proposals could be awarded to each proposing person / organization.
  • Voting was ‘blind’ (voters could not see the existing votes that had been placed).

We received 31 votes from 16 community representatives and 15 user group representatives.

On behalf of the QGIS.ORG project, I would like to thank everyone who submitted proposals for this call!

A number of interesting and useful proposal didn’t make it because of our limited budget; we encourage organizations to pick up one of their choice and sponsor it.

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GeoServer Team: GeoServer 2.15.2 Released

OSGeo Planet - Fri, 2019-06-28 21:32

We are pleased to announce the release of GeoServer 2.15.2 with downloads (zip|war), documentation (html) and extensions.

This is a stable release recommended for production. This release is made in conjunction with GeoTools 21.2 and GeoWebCache 1.15.2. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release.

For more information see the GeoServer 2.15.2 release notes.

Improvements and Fixes

This release includes a number of fixes and improvements, including:

  • Upgrade jackson to 2.9.9
  • Upgrade spring-security-oauth2 version from 2.0.11 to 2.0.16
  • Parameter Extractor plugin cannot mangle URL correctly if Monitor plugin is installed
  • Fix warning message “Unable to find property ‘format.wfs.DXF’ for preview component”
  • Integrated GWC fails to seed layers if any data security is configured
  • WCS 2.0 scaling policies do not account for scaling factor already applied during read (due to subsampling and overview)
  • Unresolvable Spring circular reference on Solr module
  • REST exception handler and controllers do not always set the response content type
  • Advanced Projection Handling can generate vertical gaps in output images when reprojecting
  • Parameter Extractor plugin prevents the Monitor plugin to log requests
  • WMTS multidimensional, support bboxes spanning the dateline
About GeoServer 2.15 Series

Additional information on the 2.15 series:

Java 11 comparability is the result of a successful code-sprint. Thanks to participating organizations (BoundlessGeoSolutionsGeoCatAstun TechnologyCCRi) and sprint sponsors (Gaia3Datolosgeo:ukAstun Technology).

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GeoTools Team: GeoTools 21.2 Released

OSGeo Planet - Fri, 2019-06-28 17:58
GeoTools 21.2 released The GeoTools team is happy to announce the release of GeoTools 21.2: geotools-21.2-bin.zip geotools-21.2-doc.zip geotools-21.2-project.zip geotools-21.2-userguide.zip maven repository This release is a stable release and is recommend for new development and production systems. This release is made in conjunction with GeoServer 2.15.2. Improvements Improve
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gvSIG Team: New gvSIG group in Telegram!

OSGeo Planet - Thu, 2019-06-27 15:53

Contact with users of our software is essential and any new channel to be in contact is welcome. In the gvSIG Association we continue supporting mailing lists use because they reach a large number of users and mails are recorded in a archive service, but we understand that a chat can sometimes be more useful for certain type of conversations.

Following the proposal of one of the gvSIG users on Twitter, @ideaplusgeo, we have decided to create a new Telegram group dedicated to gvSIG Suite. The channel is open to anyone who wants to use it, we will be happy to be closer to you. In this channel there will be members of the gvSIG Association as well as users and developers of the gvSIG Suite. Feel free to talk about the topics that are interesting for you. Welcome!

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