Monthly Archives: March 2009

Calling all students for Google Summer of Code 2009

The Google Summer of Code is upon us! (Yes, it does seem like we just finished SoC 2008.) GeoServer is once again a part of this process and we have a list of projects posted for anyone who is interested. We are assuming all students interested in working on GeoServer will have solid Java knowledge, […]

Coming Soon: Complex features

Here’s a guest post by Ben Caradoc-Davies and Robert Woodcock of the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation. As a part of the Auscope Spatial Information Services Stack, GeoServer complex feature support is nearing completion. Auscope is using GeoServer to support its vision of developing a collaborative national geoscience spatial data infrastructure (SDI) that […]

Don't just free your data, Swivel it

Admit it. You love visualizing data. Mere tables do nothing for you, but the minute you can turn that into a map (or a graph or chart), information comes alive. I was recently turned on to Swivel, a website that allows you to upload, visualize, and share data. The main page provides a list of […]

GeoServer 1.7.3 Updated

A quick note to all those who recently downloaded GeoServer 1.7.3. The release has been patched to address a┬ábug with the user interface. The patched release can be found on the download page. The bug prevents a user from editing a feature type directly after it has been added. For those not wanting to upgrade […]

Breaking our own records

When the GeoServer Team announced GeoServer 1.7.3 last Wednesday, the response was quite impressive. GeoServer received the largest amount of downloads in a single day on Thursday, March 12th, at over 1,500 (normally the number is less than half that). Our website hit a new record of visits as well. While we’re all delighted, I […]

GeoServer 1.7.3 Released

The GeoServer team is proud to announce the release of GeoServer 1.7.3. The team has been busy in the six weeks since the previous release, with a code sprint in New York last month and a whopping 63 bugs and new features fixed and implemented (respectively, of course). This release brings improved support for ArcSDE […]

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