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I will be using this blog a little less; it seems the vast majority of my postings are of interest to those involved in open source spatial (and Java is just the canvas I enjoy working with). As such I will be making use of the following blog: I would like to thank for hosting, and hope the spam comments problem abates.
on Apr 8, 2008
An open source mailing list I am on recently took up the interesting debate about the Merits of Maven going on in the blogosphere. Occasionally I remember I have a blog; and most of my email is too long anyways ... Frank Hardisty asked: For projects the size and complexity of GeoTools and GeoServer, is there currently a viable alternative to Maven? Is there an alternative to Maven Good question...
on Feb 2, 2008
uDig RCP Community Meeting the Natives at Eclipsecon Welcome to a corner of Eclipse RCP culture, my name is Jody Garnett and I have the pleasure of hacking away at project called uDig (i.e. User-friendly Desktop Internet GIS). The uDig application is almost a year old now, and is rapidly approaching its second major release.  The uDig project actually started (with a bit of help...
on Mar 18, 2006