Tag: open source

QGIS 2.2 on Ubuntu Trusty Tahr 14.04

QGIS on Ubuntu Trusty Tahr I’ve have started working nearly 100%, outside of work, in Ubuntu.  I was running Ubuntu 13.10 so naturally I decided to upgrade to 14.04.  My experience…

The new version of qgis2leaf

The last post about our famous qgis2leaf plugin showed a glimpse of what it is capable of: exporting all your features from a QGIS project to a working…

Using OpenStreetMap on your GARMIN

Since most people working with digital-data they are always interested in obtaining their own data using a Global Positioning System (GPS). Therefore I’ll give a short introduction for all…

QGIS 2.2 is coming. Be prepared!

The undercover GIS queen “Underdark” a.k.a. Anita Graser came up with this headline today and we had seen some little insight in the upcoming QGIS release already. So…

MapServer needs your help

Folks, have you ever questioned yourself how to show a shapefile or your own geotiff on a webmap as a WMS or WFS? MapServer is one thing to…

FOSSGIS: conference and paper call

FOSSGIS conference 2014 Hi folks. Today I received a mail: “The FOSSGIS-conference is the largest German-language conference for Free and Open Source Software for GIS and Free Geodata…

Freeware SAR processing (Part 1.)

One thing about working with synethic aperture radar (SAR) data is that regular image processing functions are often unsuitable. This is because most processes were design to deal…

Install QGIS 2.0 on Ubuntu

Today QGIS 2.0 was officially released and we will come up with several tutorials in the next weeks. First of all: the installation. As we are fans of…