Monthly Archives: October 2009

GeoServer 2.0 Released!

It has been a long time coming but it is finally here. GeoServer 2.0 has been officially released and is available for download. The 2.0 release marks a major milestone for the GeoServer project. A special thanks to all the developers who worked hard for this release, all the users who contributed bug reports, and […]

GeoServer 2.0-RC2 Released

The GeoServer team is pleased to announce the release of (hopefully) the final release candidate of version 2.0: GeoServer 2.0-RC2! The main focus of this release was getting every little detail in order for 2.0.0.  There were a number of critical issues discovered that have been fixed, and much work was done on the documentation.  […]

GeoServer 1.7.7 Released

With the rush for FOSS4G in full swing and most efforts pushing towards a final release of 2.0, we’re happy to announce that the GeoServer stable series (1.7.x) is still receiving the love it deserves.  Today we see the release of GeoServer 1.7.7 into the wild.  Though there is a relatively short list of bug […]

Meet the developers @ FOSS4G 2009

I am pleased to announce that we are organizing a “Birds of a Feather” session (what’s that?) at the FOSS4G 2009 Conference in Sydney, Australia. This session is to gather together everyone who is interested in discussing the past, present, and (bright) future of GeoServer. The session will be held on Thursday 22nd October, late […]

GeoServer Testing Team

The GeoServer community is happy to announce the formation of an official Testing Team. The Testing Team is a set of users and developers that will install and run impending GeoServer releases prior to their official distribution. The purpose is to provide real-world testing, something that developers alone can not provide. Approximately once a month, […]

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