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Open Source Geonews: StatCan Opening its Data, OSM at 500,000 Users, QGIS News, and much more

Here's the recent open source and open data geonews in batch mode.

Batch Geonews: GeoServer WMS Animator, Trimble Custom Topo Maps, Esri at 41% Marketshare, and much more

Here's the recent geonews that we haven't mentioned yet, in batch mode.

On the open source front:

In the everything-else category:

In the maps category:

Tuesday Geonews: OSM Inspector, Single-Language Labels in Google Maps, TomTom Teaming with Oracle, and much more

Here's the recent geonews in batch mode. Some of those news seem important enough to deserve their own entries, but I dare share them in a single one. Yes, that's another unusually long post. Normal posting frequency should resume next February!

From the open source / open data front:

From the Esri front:

From the Google front:

From the Microsoft front:

In the miscellaneous category:

Slashdot discussed a few geospatial-related stories:

In the maps category:

In the coming days, I'll be at Géomatique 2011, the major geospatial event in the province of Québec. Slashgeo is a media partner of the event.

Open Source Geonews: OSGeo about 20,000 Strong Now, FOSS4G 2011 Wrap-Ups, GrassrootsMapping.org, and much more

Here's the recent open source geospatial news in batch mode, which includes everything about FOSS4G 2011 on the geoblogs that we haven't mentioned yet.

On the FOSS4G 2011 Conference front:

In other news:

FOSS4G Geonews: FOSS4G 2011 & SotM at the door, Sextante in ArcGIS, MapGuide Maestro 3.5, OpenTripPlanner Update, and more

Still in catch up mode, here's the last three weeks of geospatial open source news in batch mode.

Thursday Geonews: Bing Maps Map Style Updated, London Transit in Google Maps, Timezones Shapefile, Backseat Driver, and much more

Here's the recent geonews in batch mode covering the last two weeks. It's a bit longer than usual.

On the open source front:

On the Google front (well, new since yesterday):

On the Microsoft front:

In the miscellaneous category:

Discussed over Slashdot:

In the maps category:

Wednesday Geonews: The End of Yahoo! Maps APIs, Magicshop Frontdoor, MapInfo 11 News, Israel Imagery, and much more

Here's the geonews in batch mode, covering a bit more than a week (exception made of a few minor geonews I forgot to mention in our last 'batch mode' edition).

On the open source / data front:

On the Google front:

On the Microsoft front:

In the miscellaneous category:

In the maps category:

geojsp - the open source component for geo-BI application is now online

geojsp is a project developed by Inventis (inventis.ca) at the initiative of the UNHCR (unhcr.org).
geojsp is an opensource (GPL) component written in Java that adds geography to business intelligence systems.

With geojsp you can connect to a postgreSQL database containing geospatial features (with PostGIS), query the data via MDX queries and encode the geometries in GeoJSON format in order to display it in a OpenLayers web-mapping interface.

geojsp is compiled with the SOLAP server GeoMondrian in order to create MDX queries incorporating a spatial component. It also includes JFreeChart, a graphic generator used to display graphs superimposed on geographical elements.

You can download the application at http://geojsp.org

Thursday Geonews: JavaScript JTS, CNN and Nokia Partnership, ArcGIS 10.1 Improvements, Google Wallet, and much more

Here's the geonews in batch mode, covering the last two weeks, and thus, longer than usual. But first, a quick note to let you know that we updated our open budget after the last donation from WebMapSolutions.com.

From the open source front:

From the Google front:

From the Esri front:

In the miscellaneous category:

Recent geo-related stories discussed over Slashdot:

In the maps category:

Monday Geonews: Finding Osama Bin Laden in Google Earth, FOSS4G 2011 News, More on 'Locationgate', and much more

Here's the recent geonews in batch mode. Some of those news could have deserved individual announcements.

From the open source / open date front:

From the Google front:

From the ESRI front, Mandown shares several entries, including:

In the miscellaneous category:

In the maps category:

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