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QGIS Resource Sharing Tool

QGIS has a new shining Resource Sharing plugin that helps sharing symbols, styles and other QGIS resources in a coordinate way. I had the pleasure of mentoring Akbar Gumbira as part of the Google Summer of Code program.

The fundamental …

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Boundless Open Source GIS Now Offers 24/7 Support

It’s absolutely amazing to see more and more Boundless technology being incorporated into critical enterprise deployments — supporting everything from Defense to Environmental Science to Agriculture. It’s a great testament to the power of open source GIS and the maturity …

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Boundless Open Source GIS at FOSS4G 2016

Boundless was present in force at the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) event held in Bonn, Germany August 24-26. This event is a key opportunity for our development teams to touch base with their community, make new …

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QGIS Server OAauth Plugin

OAuth2 Plugin for QGIS Server Software Mapping

OAuth is a well known and well supported method to authorize an application to access the user’s resources, it is supported by most of the big players such as Google, Twitter, GitHub and Auth0.

QGIS Server can be extended with …

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Introducing mgrspy: Converts MGRS to WGS84 and Back

Military Grid Reference System (MGRS) is an alphanumeric way to express the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) and/or the Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS) coordinates. It is widely used by military and other organizations for locating points on the Earth.…

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Boundless at FOSS4G Bonn 2016

Welcome to the technical (and social) highlight of the open source calendar – the “Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial” (FOSS4G). This annual event travels the world, this year visiting Bonn, Germany for 2016.

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