Author Archives: Andrea Aime

GeoServer 2.5.2 release

The GeoServer team is happy to announce the release of GeoServer 2.5.2. Download bundles are provided (zip, war, dmg and exe)  along with documentation and extensions. GeoServer 2.5.2 is the next the stable release of GeoServer and is recommended for production deployment. Thanks to everyone taking part, submitting fixes and new functionality: Some fixes in the new GetFeatureInfo engine, [...]

GeoServer 2.5-beta released

GeoServer team is pleased to announce the release of GeoServer 2.5-beta. This release is packed with new features and interesting new extensions. Here is some reason why you should try 2.5.-beta. WCS 2.0 and WCS 2.0 EO GeoServer 2.5 is now shipping with WCS 2.0 as  a core module, a major improvement in terms of usability [...]

Using GeoServer at IGN (the French National Mapping Agency) to create new digital maps

We start the new year with a report of how IGN uses GeoServer to deliver high quality maps. We’d like to thank in advance the IGN team for the very nice showcase, and we leave you to their report. Thanks to GeoServer and other technologies, IGN France is now able to provide new digital maps [...]

GeoServer 2.4.2 released

The GeoServer team is pleased to announce the release of GeoServer 2.4.2: GeoServer 2.4.2 download page This is a stable release containing bug fixes and incremental improvements, including: Total matched feature count available in JSON output (contributed by Paul Biskup) Ability to control how scale hints are computed in WMS 1.1 (contributed by Roy Braam and [...]

GeoServer 2.4-RC1 released

GeoServer team is pleased to announce the release of GeoServer 2.4-RC1. This release contains a set of bug fixes and minor improvements compared to 2.4-beta, including: Some love to the layer group edit page, fixing style editing Improvements in the CSS extension editor A number of fixes in the CSW community module (scheduled to graduate to [...]

New GeoServer community on Google+

Being social and sharing with others is one of the keystones of a open source community. Traditionally open source communities thrive on mailing lists and IRC channels, however it’s not news that many people prefer other medias for sharing thoughts, experiences, and asking for help. For example, people with an interest in GeoServer are already active on [...]

GeoServer training in Milan, 6/7 June 2013

If you are looking for GeoServer training, save the date: GeoSolutions will be providing a two days long introduction to GeoServer 6/7 June 2013 in Milan. The training will be held in Italian by GeoServer core contributors, and will cover a basic introduction to GeoServer, setting up vector and raster data, basic and advanced SLD [...]

GeoServer 2.3.1 released

The GeoServer team is happy to announce the release of GeoServer 2.3.1, now available for download. This is the first bug-fix release of the 2.3.x stable series, and packs 34 changes between bug fixes and improvements in different departments. Here is an highlight: The XSLT output format generator module graduated from community to official extension (work [...]

GeoServer 2.3.0 released, first official OSGeo release!

The GeoServer team is happy to announce the release of GeoServer 2.3.0, available for download. This release contains six months worth of improvements and fixes to the GeoServer code base. Including several important new features and improvements such as: A pluggable configuration subsystem (for the catalog and service configuration) GeoWebCache clustering and disk quota improvements More [...]

GeoServer 2.3-beta released

We’re happy to announce the release of GeoServer 2.3-beta and encourage you to download it, try out the great new features, and let us know if there are any bugs. Since this is a beta release, we recommend against deploying it in a production environment without first backing up and undertaking extensive testing. Please report issues as [...]

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