the Natives at
Open Source Geospatial Foundation
What makes GeoServer Special
Recently there has been a lot of press about MapServer, everything from
MapServer Junior to the formation of a Foundation.
Happy New Year!
This has been an amazing time for the open source Java community, and I thank all of you for making the last year an amazing experience.
I have never traveled so much, or met so many amazing people.
I wish all of you the best in the new year!
Fron the intro
This is Part II of two previous articles! I like to multitask ...
GeoTools loves its interfaces - this drove me mad when I first started using the toolkit. One of the things about
and interface is that you still need a way to create objects, and that is where a factory comes in. A factory is simply
a class with a create method.
Sonny Parafina recently derided the state of extent information in the free data available on the web. Let's see what can be done despite the data providers.
One of the great turning points of the web (yes I remember) was when we stopped trusting data providers.
Open source projects live or die by contributions.
In the open-spatial Java community we have a problem: XML
I know that does not sound like much of a problem, as long as you are an XML god. Spatial data has a habit of being very large and breaking to existing XML tools and assumptions.