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GeoServer Translation Interview with Frank Gasdorf

Here is an unusual post for the GeoServer blog – an interview! We have been asking Frank Gasdorf to write a blog post, to thank all the amazing translators, for some time. Finally in an act of desperation Jody managed to hunt him down on Skype for a few questions on how GeoServer translation works […]

GeoServer 2.1-beta2 now available

We are pleased to announce the second beta release of GeoServer 2.1.  Big thanks goes out to GeoSolutions for stepping up to the unglamorous and thankless process of creating a release, not to mention adding lots of great new features. GeoServer 2.1.0 is shaping up to be quite an incredible step forward. In addition to […]

GeoServer 2.0 moves to Release Candidate status

The GeoServer Team would like to announce that GeoServer 2.0 is now out of beta and has moved into Release Candidate status. In case you haven’t been following our previous posts, GeoServer 2.0 contains a completely redesigned user interface, using Wicket. Based on feedback from our beta testers, the move to RC1 consisted mainly of […]

GeoServer 2.0, now in beta

The GeoServer Team is happy to announce GeoServer 2.0-beta1, the first beta release of the 2.0 series. The primary focus of version 2.0 is the new user interface. This interface addresses many suggestions for usability improvements, including paging and filtering of lists of information, batch removal of layers, and the elimination of the Submit-Apply-Save workflow. […]

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