Monthly Archives: July 2009

Printing module now available for GeoServer 1.7.x

I’ve ported the printing module, previously available only for GeoServer 2.0, to GeoServer 1.7.x. I’ve created a wiki page for those who want to check it out. PS: This post marks the end of my time interning with OpenGeo this summer. I’m glad to have had this opportunity to work on GeoServer, and hope that […]

GeoServer HTTP Proxy

Are you developing JavaScript applications that interact with GeoServer, but having trouble with the Same Origin Policy? A prototype for a proxy built into GeoServer is coming to help you out with that. This proxy makes it possible to send HTTP requests to an arbitrary domain through GeoServer’s own domain. More information and instructions are […]

GeoServer is all over FOSS4G

The presentations for FOSS4G 2009 were announced this week. Looking at the presentations and workshops, one thing is obvious: GeoServer will be all over the place this year! Here’s a quick rundown of the currently scheduled events that mention GeoServer, either partially or primarily. Presentations: GeoServer application schema support: complex features for the masses Extension […]

GeoServer 2.0-beta2 Released

The GeoServer community is happy to announce the second beta release of GeoServer 2.0, available for download. The developers have been working hard to get the new user interface up to the quality and functionality of the existing interface. This release of 2.0-beta2 brings us 74 issues closer to that goal. The most noteworthy feature […]

GeoServer to support G8 help desk

This week the G8 will take place in L’Aquila, Italy, meanwhile a wide number of organizations are working hard to deliver services, data and information for a correct development of the G8 activities. Thanks to the contribution of the geoSDI research group belonging to the CNR IMAA Research Center and in collaboration with GeoSolutions, all these organizations […]

GeoServer 1.7.5 critical WMS patch

The latest stable GeoServer version, 1.7.5, was released with a small but critical bug that slows down rendering when a very small polygon or a line is displayed at a high zoom level (so that the displayed area is a very small fraction of the whole). The slowdown increases as one zooms in, and eventually […]

GeoServer app-schema meeting in Perth, Western Australia

Last week AuScope hosted a GeoServer app-schema meeting in Perth, Western Australia, to bring together developers, information modellers, and users: https://twiki.auscope.org/twiki/bin/view/Grid/AuScopeSissGeoserverMeeting2009 The meeting was attended by Jody Garnett, GeoServer developers Justin Deoliveira and Gabriel Roldán from OpenGeo, AuScope Spatial Information Services Stack developers, GeoSciML gurus, and AuScope participants including GeoScience Victoria, Geoscience Australia, and Landgate. […]

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