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Margherita Di Leo: A Geospatial report of FOSDEM16

OSGeo Planet - Sat, 2016-02-06 08:19
FOSDEM is a huge free non-commercial conference gathering open source developers from all over the world. It is the most important event of this kind, held every February at ULB, Brussels since 2000. It is always amazing how a conference that is offered for free could reach such a high level of offer in terms of content and services. Remember that it is also possible to sponsor it. FOSDEM 2016 was another successful edition, fully packed with interesting talks.




Several presentations of interest for the "geospatial" world were also given. Most of them were concentrated in "our" geospatial devroom, that was organised this year for the second time by members of various geo communities such as OSGeo, LocationTech and OSM, and coordinated by Johan van der Wauw. The devroom was well attended, and featured a wide overview of recent developments in geospatial applications. Talks have been recorded and will be available soon on FOSDEM website; slides of each presentation are also being added to the talks listed on the Geospatial devroom page.



We presented the results of OSGeo students who took part in Google Summer of Code 2015, featuring for each project one slide with a short description provided by the students themselves. We had asked the students to summarize their work in a template describing the state of the project before and after their contribution, enhancing their addition. Some students also provided a graphical image to better summarize the project.
We had the pleasure of having Stephanie Taylor and Mary Radomille, from Google's GSoC organisation team, among the audience, who kindly made themselves available for answering questions regarding the program. Mentoring organisations' application period for GSoC 2016 starts in a few days - we're going to apply again for OSGeo, keep fingers crossed!



The geospatial devroom confirmed itself as the reference event at FOSDEM for the "geospatial people". For next year, an idea could be to look for sponsorship in order to facilitate keynotes or speakers that request travel grants, like for example this year could have been the case for GSoC students to come and present their work themselves. 



At least a couple of keynote talks deserve mention as well. The first was a really moving tribute in memoriam of Ian Murdock, one of the founders of the Debian project recently passed away.




The other was given by Blake Girardot and summarised the outstanding work carried out by the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT).



A report by madi and anne, GSoC 2015 admins @OSGeo
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gvSIG Team: Político, promete TIC que te sale barato

OSGeo Planet - Fri, 2016-02-05 11:56

Imaginemos al representante político de turno visitando un barrio y prometiendo a los vecinos que se va a construir un centro de salud para atender sus necesidades. Da igual que sea un centro de salud, un colegio, un polideportivo o la variante de una carretera. Desde el primer momento todos asumen de forma natural dos cosas: En primer lugar que para llevar adelante dicha promesa será necesario que haya un dinero, una licitación y una contratación; y en segundo lugar, seguro que nadie piensa que va a pasar por el solar y a la siguiente semana ya va a estar allí el centro de salud construido.

Es posible que el político del que estamos hablando tenga voluntad transformadora, que vea que hay cosas que no funcionan, que hay mucho por hacer para el bien de la Comunidad, pero claro hacer realidad las promesas llevan su tiempo. ¿Seguro? ¿Todo? Por supuesto que no, hay cosas que puedes prometer y en breve construir. Las TIC.

Político, piensa en cualquier solución que pueda resultar un aporte para tu ciudadanía. Sea el ámbito que sea, Judicial, Educativo, Sanitario, Industria, Agrícola, etc ¿Que esos cambios implican cambios legislativos que suponen impacto en los Sistemas de Información? Que más da, si todo el mundo sabe que esto de la informática es darle a una tecla. Total, como si la tecnología influyera en los procesos sociales, productivos, económicos o financieros en el Siglo XXI. Como si para dar salida a nuevas propuestas u ocurrencias no fueran necesarios procesos telemáticos y adaptar o modificar Sistemas de Información.

Ahora va a resultar que para hacer una promesa que tenga impacto TIC, va a ser necesario que se disponga de recursos económicos, y que estos tomen forma en un proceso de licitación y contratación. Además me querrás decir que cuando estén los contratos adjudicados, va a resultar que se va a necesitar un tiempo para construirse y estar en disposición de ser utilizados. Pero que se creen esto de las TIC, ¿Acaso pensaran que están hablando de procedimientos de ingeniería que llevan sus tiempos?

Y mira que está mal que estos de las TIC pongan pegas en que se ha de armar un expediente administrativo para el proceso de contratación. Seguro que son capaces de quejarse de que tienen que hablar con interventores y abogacías con nula especialización en el sector. Son capaces de decir que si desde que se inicia el procedimiento hasta que finaliza transcurre un año, en ese lapso de tiempo la tecnología ha avanzado de forma que la correspondencia entre el objeto del contrato y su implementación no es la óptima en ese momento.

A lo mejor el político quiere cambiarse el teléfono móvil cada seis meses porque se le queda obsoleto. ¿Pero la tecnología de los Sistemas de Información? Y bueno, el capricho de querer tener ya interlocutores jurídicos con especialización en el sector TIC, eso debe ser ya cosa de excéntricos.

Uf, y si esta es la situación, si esta es la visión del rol y los tiempos de los procesos tecnológicos que tienen los representantes políticos, si además hay que explicarles que estamos hablando de un Sector Estratégico y el papel del Software Libre como garante de Soberanía Tecnológica. Como se dice en Valencia: Ai mare, quant treball tenim per davant

@GabrielCarrionR


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Marco Bernasocchi: Increasing the stability of processing algorithms

OSGeo Planet - Thu, 2016-02-04 18:41
Processing just got a new testing framework to improve the long-term stability of this important plugin. And you can help to improve it, even if you are not a software developer! This is yet another piece in our never-stopping crusade to… See more ›
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Ivan Minčík: GIS.lab Web - New Generation QGIS Web and Mobile Interface

OSGeo Planet - Thu, 2016-02-04 16:39
Last year, GIS.lab team has decided to start a development of brand new version of our GIS web publishing interface known as GIS.lab Web. Our goal is to have a web application built on top of modern technologies, with very modern UI, optimized for mobile devices. Also, we want to build a hybrid Android application from the same code base, but with native UI interface. All of this standing on the shoulders of our favourite QGIS desktop and server software.

We have realized very soon, that if we would separate this project from the core GIS.lab system, we can produce generally usable QGIS web interface, usable with or without GIS.lab infrastructure. Maybe, even replace current version of QGIS Web Client.

This week, first alpha version of GIS.lab Web was born.

For a quick look, see the screenshots below,





GIS.lab Web


watch our short screencast,

GIS.lab Web

or try it yourself.

Thanks to all helping this happen. Looking forward for any feedback.

GIS.lab Web on GitHub - https://github.com/gislab-npo/gislab-web
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Nathan Woodrow: Rendering web images as markers in QGIS

OSGeo Planet - Thu, 2016-02-04 12:13

So here is an idea.  Say you have a point layer that has a link to a static image from a web cam. Lets say it is a traffic camera for this use case.

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We can use that feed to see the image in a browser. Cool. But what would be even cooler is if we could get the images into QGIS as markers without having to download each image each time for a update ourselves.

Turns out it’s pretty easy – could be easier no doubt but lets just go with this route for now.  For this you will need: a custom expression function, and data defined SVG path locations. (We have to use SVG markers because QGIS doesn’t have image markers just yet)

Lets write that custom expression function.  We need a SVG marker so lets set that for the layer and also edit the data defined path

svg.png

Hit the New file button and define a new function called show_camera. 

import requests import base64 @qgsfunction(args='auto', group='Custom') def show_camera(feed, feature, parent): svg = """ <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> <svg> <g> <image xlink:href="data:image/jpeg;base64,{0}" height="256" width="320" /> </g> </svg> """ data = requests.get(feed, stream=True).content name = feed[-16:] b64response = base64.b64encode(data) newsvg = svg.format(b64response).replace('\n','') path = r"C:\temp\camera\{0}.svg".format(name) with open(path, 'w') as f: f.write(newsvg) return path.replace("\\", "/")

This will take the image feed, load it with the Python request library, base64 the image, stick the data in to a SVG, save the SVG to disk, and return the path to the new SVG.

We have to save to disk because QGIS can’t load SVGS from strings, although that would be a cool feature. I am also using base64 because a linked file SVG didn’t render in QGIS.

Once we have defined that we can use the function like so

show_camera( "url" )

looking at the output preview we have

'C:/temp/camera/MRMETRO-1216.jpg.svg'

Which looks right. Hit OK on the expression.

Before hitting Apply just make the size of the marker a little bigger as it will make the image to small to see, I used 35 for the demo. You should also pick a SVG marker from the list that is used as the default one if there is no valid path returned.

Hit Apply. Magic :)

qgis

The images are getting download and saved into C:\temp\camera for this demo but you could add some more magic around that.

Something to note is that each time you refresh the map you are making a bunch of web requests to get the new images. You could avoid this by tracking the image times and only grabbing new ones if a set time has elapsed.  I will leave that up the reader, however here is a link to a Gist with the code if you wish to fork it

Big hat tip to QGIS and its multi threaded rendering that still allows you to continue to work while it renders and downloads the images in the background.


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gvSIG Team: II gvSIG Chair Contest

OSGeo Planet - Thu, 2016-02-04 11:38

 

Cartel gvSIG-catedra-II-ingles

The gvSIG Chair Contest is announced for the second year to reward works about free Geographic Information Systems, in university world as well as in learning one. 

The aim of these awards is to foment gvSIG use in particular and free geospatial technologies in general, as well as to encourage all gvSIG and free Geographic Information Systems users to share and give visibility to their work.

Awards are aimed at students or graduates in secondary school or professional training, university students or graduates and university teachers, and researchers from all the countries.

At the next link you can find more information about dates, type of works accepted, amount of prizes, etc. (in Spanish):

http://gvsig.edu.umh.es/ii-concurso-catedra-gvsig/bases-ii-concurso/

You can see the video of the International gvSIG Conference where the winners of the last edition were presented:

And the video of the project rewarded at the last edition:



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Narcélio de Sá: V Congresso Brasileiro de Educação Ambiental Aplicada e Gestão Territorial

OSGeo Planet - Wed, 2016-02-03 15:17

O V Congresso Brasileiro de Educação Ambiental Aplicada e Gestão Territorial será sediado na Universidade Federal do Ceará, Departamento de Geografia, campus do Pici, em Fortaleza – Ceará. O evento objetiva promover debates e trocas de experiências acadêmicas a nível nacional, buscando contribuir com a difusão de ideias e trabalhos que buscam a construção de uma sociedade mais sustentável.

Local do evento:

Ver Mapa Ampliado

Trata-se de um momento singular no contexto nacional, com espaços destinados a discussão e intercâmbio de conhecimentos atrelados a temas relacionados com o evento que será constituído por um conjunto de palestras, minicursos e apresentação de trabalhos científicos por acadêmicos e técnicos, o que propiciará uma maior troca de conhecimentos entre os participantes do congresso.

Este evento envolve parcerias entre a Universidade Federal do Ceará – UFC (Programa de Pós-Graduação em Geografia – PPGe e Programa de Desenvolvimento e Meio Ambiente – PRODEMA), 15 universidades públicas brasileiras e ​uma estrangeira (Cuba), incluindo seus respectivos programas de graduação e pós-graduação, além de diferentes grupos de pesquisa.

Eixos Temáticos: Área 1 - Educação ambiental aplicada

  • Eixo 1: Educação ambiental, sustentabilidade e gestão comunitária.
  • Eixo 2: Educação Patrimonial e cultura afrobrasileira e indígena.
  • Eixo 3: Ecopedagogia na educação formal e informal
Área 2 – Gestão territorial em escala local e regional

  • Eixo 4: Sociobiodiversidade e biotecnologias alternativas.
  • Eixo 5: Bacias hidrográficas: planejamento e gestão ambiental.
  • Eixo 6: Planos diretores e políticas culturais e territoriais.
Área 3 – Cartografia social na representação de conflitos territoriais

  • Eixo 7: Territórios, populações tradicionais e conflitos sociais.
  • Eixo 8: Geotecnologias aplicadas à gestão ambiental participativa.
  • Eixo 9: Cartografia temática aplicada em áreas de risco.

Para mais informações, acesse: http://congressoambiental.webnode.com/

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gisky: Report of Geospatial@FOSDEM 2016

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2016-02-02 21:36

Last Sunday, during FOSDEM the second edition of the geospatial devroom was happening.
As said before we had a nice lineup with 15 presentations with topics ranging from established GIS tools, Open Streetmap, 3D visualisation and spatial databases.

Anyway, I did the first presentation on SAGA GIS, and I was happy to have some very nice slides prepared by other members of the SAGA community.Next up was Hugo Mercier (Oslandia) who presented Tempus. Planning multimodal transportation is a very hard problem, and it was nice to see that you can actually get the sources of the whole project. Next up was Astrid Emde presenting Mapbender, an OSGeo project allowing one to create web SDI's easily.
The next talk by Zeeshan Ali, "Build a geo-aware OS" was one where I was looking forward to : the talk is not one you usually encounter during FOSS4G conferences, but an example of the crosspolination of technologies you get at FOSDEM. It shows how location can now be used in Gnome (and other projects building on FreeDesktop) using common API's.
Getting ready to add location using a raspberry zero
Next up we got a full room for the presentation of Margherita Di Leo and Anne Ghisla presenting the results of the Google Summer of code projects coached at OSGeo.This is how we like our devroom: full!

Everything got even more crowded for the next talk by Tuukka Hastrup on open journey planning. As people kept trying to enter our room even though it was full, I decided to play doorkeeper and missed the actual talk. 

For those who don't get it "FULL", stop entering!But based on the feedback and the slides, I'm really looking forward to the video of the talk.
Still in a crowded room Ilya Zverev gave a talk about mapping with OSM with a phone . Rather than mapping using satellite imagery, it makes more sense to map when you are actually in the field.

The next talks were all focused on 3D. Thomas Bremer talked about how one could implement a flight simulator in javascript. He focused on the different components that could build such a simulator. I hope to see a demo of this soon. The next talk was on the integration of Openlayers and Cesium. I missed the talk myself (one has to get lunch at one point), but I got some nice feedback. The last talk in our 3D theme was Vincent Mora on iTowns, showing impressive Lidar scans of large parts of Paris. Even though many of us are still struggling with 2D, a lot of data collection is now 3D and I think GIS systems still have to catch up.
The next block of four presentations were all on databases. Starting of with MySQL GIS. I was pleasantly suprised by the presentation. MySQL and Oracle got some bad press in some open source communities, but I believe the way they are working on MySQL is examplary: not only is MySQL catching up quickly with other (spatial) databases, this is largely done by improving the underlying boost geometry library, which can be leveraged by other projects. Oracle is currently sponsoring 2 developers on that project.Also Rasdaman, a raster array database extension for PostgreSQL was presented. Even though their use cases may currently be 'far from the bed' of many developers, I like the fact that they are not only implementing a product, but also shaping the standards (OGC and ISO) on the way. The third presentation focused on the geographical capabilities of a completely different type of database: mongoDB. I see a lot of possibilities of this database for geodata which is not as structured as classic databases. Nice to see their performance is improving.The last presentation in the on pivotal Greenplum database was sometimes hard to follow, but I will definitely check it out further: I was not aware of the database, but it is a parallel database based on Postgresql, meaning that postgis functionality can be used, but also the extensions for trajectory data which were the topic of the presentation.
Closing the devroom was a presentation on geocoding by Ervin Ruci, which is a topic where the performance of open solutions can still be improved a lot.

At the end of the day, the closing keynote of FOSDEM, which was given by the people of HOT OSM. A full Janson is always something special, and this is definitely true for a topic of a talk I'm so familiar with.

Closing Keynote about Humanitarian Openstreetmap
To conclude, I believe the devroom at FOSDEM was a great event, and I really think it has its special role compared to other events such as FOSS4G and State of the Map - the chance to meet other open source communities.
Videos of the day should be available soon, thanks to the incredible FOSDEM video team and Anne Ghisla and Thomas Gratier who helped with the camera/organisation.
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gvSIG Team: II Concurso Cátedra gvSIG

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2016-02-02 17:06

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Por segundo año se convoca el Concurso Cátedra gvSIG que premia trabajos realizados con Sistemas de Información Geográfica Libres, tanto en ámbitos universitarios como de enseñanza.

Estos premios tienen como objetivo fomentar el uso de gvSIG en particular y de las tecnologías geoespaciales libres en general, así como animar a todos los usuarios de gvSIG y Sistemas de Información Geográfica libres a que compartan y den visibilidad a sus trabajos.

Los premios están dirigidos a estudiantes o egresados de secundaria y formación profesional, estudiantes o egresados universitarios y profesores universitarios e investigadores de todos los países.

En el siguiente enlace podéis encontrar más información sobre plazos, tipos de trabajos aceptados, cuantía de los premios, criterios de valoración, etc:

http://gvsig.edu.umh.es/ii-concurso-catedra-gvsig/bases-ii-concurso/

Podéis consultar los ganadores de la edición anterior y acceder a los trabajos en:

http://blog.gvsig.org/2015/12/21/i-concurso-catedra-gvsig-ganadores/

Así como el vídeo de las Jornadas Internacionales gvSIG donde se dieron a conocer los ganadores:

Y el vídeo de presentación de la tesis premiada en la edición anterior:



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gvSIG Team: gvSIG Roads, gestión de carreteras con software libre: Vídeos de la aplicación y webinar disponible

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2016-02-01 18:02

Como ya hemos comentado en post prevíos, gvSIG Roads es un nuevo producto de la Asociación gvSIG para la gestión integral de carreteras.

Lo que hoy os mostramos son una serie de vídeos para que podáis conocer más en detalle la aplicación. Estos vídeos están explicados en un webinar recientemente realizado sobre gvSIG Roads.

Flujo de trabajo, gestión de incidencias…

Flujo de trabajo, gestión de incidencias e inventario

Creación de inventario

Control económico

Creación de incidencias en dispositivo móvil

Creación de inventario en dispositivo móvil

Creación de tramos con gvSIG Desktop

Modificación de tramos con gvSIG Desktop

El vídeo con la grabación del webinar con la explicación detallada de gvSIG Roads, más la contestación de las preguntas de los asistentes podéis encontrarlo en el siguiente enlace:

Nota: En la primera media hora del webinar hubo unos pequeños problemas técnicos con el audio, que fueron solventados posteriormente.

Si estás interesado en implantar gvSIG Roads en tú organización, contacta con nosotros: info@gvsig.com. Además de contar con los mejores expertos en geomática libre estarás ayudando al mantenimiento y desarrollo de la tecnología gvSIG.

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OSGeo-fr: State Of The Map France 2016

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2016-02-01 17:01

Nous avons le plaisir à vous annoncer la tenue de l'édition 2016 du State Of The Map France, qui se déroulera du
vendredi 20 au dimanche 22 mai, à Clermont-Ferrand.

Les inscriptions sont ouvertes ici :
https://www.helloasso.com/associations/openstreetmap-france/evenements/s...

Ce sera, comme chaque année, une belle occasion de nombreuses rencontres autour d'OSM : l'occasion pour chacun de nous de mettre des visages sur des noms, l'occasion aussi de confronter les points de vues et les attentes, entre contributeurs et utilisateurs, amateurs et professionnels. Et, évidemment, l'occasion de passer un bon moment, car quoi qu'on dise, un State Of The Map, c'est aussi voire surtout un moment de convivialité.

Le déroulement suivra la trame désormais habituelle :
Ouverture en session plénière le vendredi matin, puis présentations en tous genres vendredi après-midi et samedi toute la journée. Le dimanche, discussions libres, ateliers auto-organisés et hackathon champêtre. Nous profiterons aussi de l'occasion pour tenir une Assemblée Générale de l'association OSM France le samedi en fin d'après-midi.

Le programme de la conférence est à co-construire. Si un sujet vous tient à cœur, si vous souhaitez intervenir, surtout faites le savoir.
Dans un autre registre, si votre entreprise souhaite sponsoriser l'évènement, les propositions sont aussi bienvenues.

Pour toutes vos suggestions et questions, une seule adresse :
sotm [at] openstreetmap [point] fr

Les premiers détails de l'organisation sont publiés ici :
http://openstreetmap.fr/sotmfr2016
Les suivants y seront aussi, surveillez cette page.

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GIS for Thought: Mapping Google Location Data

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2016-02-01 12:00

A cool python script has been created that allows you to easily convert your google location (Takeout) data into a shapefile.

You can get your data from: Google Takeout
And you only need the “Location History – JSON format”

The conversion python script can be downloaded from: GitHub

The python script requires GDAL and its python bindings, but can be easily run if you installed QGIS using the OSGeo4W installer. From the advanced installer, under the Lib section.

instruct

Then using the OSGeo4W Shell.
shell

Run the command:

python "C:\FullPath_to_Python_Script\read_location_data.py" "C:\FullPath_to_Input_File\LocationHistory.json" "C:\output_path" output_file_name ESRI_Shapefile

Example:

python "C:\FilePath\Takeout\Location History\read_location_data.py" "C:\FilePath\Takeout\Location History\LocationHistory.json" "C:\FilePath\Takeout\Location History" output ESRI_Shapefile

Then just style it in QGIS as desired.
GoogleTakeOut

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Cameron Shorter: OSGeo-Live metrics going public in next release

OSGeo Planet - Sun, 2016-01-31 03:37
With the upcoming OSGeo-Live 9.5 release, we will make OpenHub metrics very visible, adding a "Metrics" tab from the main OSGeo-Live page, which links to our existing OSGeo-Live OpenHub summaries.

Most OSGeo-Live projects have very compelling metrics, demonstrating an established and active development community. However, there are a few projects where OpenHub metrics are dated, incorrectly suggesting a lack of project activity. As such, I encourage all projects to review their OpenHub metrics before the next OSGeo-Live release, and update where appropriate.

Start by looking here: http://live.osgeo.org/en/metrics.html
About OSGeo-LiveOSGeo-live is a Lubuntu based distribution of Geospatial Open Source Software, available via a Live DVD, Virtual Machine and USB. You can use OSGeo-Live to try a wide variety of open source geospatial software without installing anything.
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OSGeo-fr: FOSS4G-fr 2016, nous attendons vos propositions !

OSGeo Planet - Sat, 2016-01-30 15:59

Le FOSS4G-fr 2016 est un événement dédié à la géomatique Open Source et aux données géographiques libres, organisé par l'association OSGeo-fr. Il aura lieu du 10 au 12 mai 2016 à l'ENSG (École Nationale des Sciences Géographiques) à Marne-la-Vallée, France.

Cet événement comprend deux jours de conférences précédés d'une journée de workshops. Il vous permettra de découvrir les dernières tendances et technologies du domaine, ainsi que certaines de leurs applications concrètes.

Cet événement s'adresse tant aux utilisateurs qu'aux développeurs d'outils géomatiques Open Source. Retrouvez plus d'informations sur le site de l'événement: http://foss4g.osgeo.fr.

Vous êtes expert sur un domaine lié aux SIG libres ? Vous avez utilisé les outils de l'OSGeo dans un contexte spécifique (projet d'envergure, données très volumineuses, client reconnu, projet innovant, etc.) ? Vous participez à un projet libre lié à l'OSGeo ? Alors n'hésitez pas à proposer une présentation !

Les participants au FOSS4G-fr 2016 souhaitant présenter leurs projets soumettre un résumé avant le 13 mars 2016 minuit (heure de Paris). Les résumés doivent être envoyés via le formulaire en ligne http://foss4g.osgeo.fr/soumission.html.

» Retrouvez la procédure complète sur le site dédié à l'événement.

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Gis-Lab: Вышел GDAL 1.11.4 и 2.0.2

OSGeo Planet - Fri, 2016-01-29 23:01

Вышел коррекционный релиз библиотеки GDAL для версий двух веток (1.х и 2.х). Релиз исправляет ошибки, выявленные с момента выхода 1.11.3 и 2.0.1.

Исходники 1.11.4 брать тут:

http://download.osgeo.org/gdal/1.11.4/gdal-1.11.4.tar.xz
http://download.osgeo.org/gdal/1.11.4/gdal-1.11.4.tar.gz
http://download.osgeo.org/gdal/1.11.4/gdal1114.zip

Исходники 2.0.2 брать тут:

http://download.osgeo.org/gdal/2.0.2/gdal-2.0.2.tar.xz
http://download.osgeo.org/gdal/2.0.2/gdal-2.0.2.tar.gz
http://download.osgeo.org/gdal/2.0.2/gdal202.zip

Подробнее о релизах можно почитать по ссылкам (англ.):
http://trac.osgeo.org/gdal/wiki/Release/1.11.4-News
http://trac.osgeo.org/gdal/wiki/Release/2.0.2-News

Настоятельно рекомендуется перейти на вторую ветку, т.к. поддержка первой ветки может быть скоро прекращена.

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Jackie Ng: Announcing: mapguide-rest 1.0 RC4

OSGeo Planet - Fri, 2016-01-29 13:10
Here's the 4th (and I am most certain, the last) release candidate of mapguide-rest 1.0

Here's what's new in this release

CORS support

CORS support has been added, allowing for cross-domain AJAX requests to be made to mapguide-rest. This is opt-in and has to be enabled by un-commenting the MapGuide.Cors section in config.php

New Selection APIs

New APIs have been added to make it easier to work with selections

You can see these APIs in action with the updated kitchen sink sample application



Updated Swagger UI

The version of swagger UI and spec we use has been updated. Where possible JSON/XML content parameters have an associated model schema giving you an idea of how the content should be structured



Other Changes



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