With the QGIS Grant Programme 2019, we were able to support six proposals that were aimed to improve the QGIS… Read more Reports from the winning grant proposals 2019
QGIS users who have adopted the 3.10 version when initially released at the end of October 2019 have likely noticed… Read more Public Service Announcement: Update to the latest point release now
With the QGIS Grant Programme 2018, we were able to support seven proposals that were aimed to improve the QGIS… Read more Reports from the winning grant proposals 2018
The new OGC API for Features (OAPIF) (also formerly known as WFS3) is one of the first protocols of the… Read more QGIS Server is ready for the new OGC API for Features protocol.
We are pleased to announce the release of QGIS 3.10 ‘A Coruña’! A Coruña was the location of our developer… Read more QGIS 3.10 A Coruña is released!
Last month’s user question focused on QGIS documentation. More specifically, we asked how you learn how to use QGIS. And many… Read more Results of the user questionnaire from Sep’19
After the summer break, we’re back with a new user question. This month, we want to focus on documentation. Specifically,… Read more User question of the Month – Sep’19
We now have signed packages for macOS. You can find these packages published on the official QGIS download page at… Read more Introducing new QGIS macOS packages
We are pleased to announce the release of QGIS 3.8 ‘Zanzibar’! Zanzibar was the location of our developer meeting before… Read more QGIS 3.8 Zanzibar is released!
We are extremely pleased to announce the winning proposals for our 2019 QGIS.ORG grant programme. Funding for the programme was… Read more QGIS Grant Programme 2019 Results