In 2017 we are planning to release QGIS 3.0. This new major version will become the basis of the next… Read more Let’s make a big funding push for QGIS 3.0!
We are pleased to announce the release of QGIS 2.18 ‘Las Palmas’. The city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria… Read more QGIS 2.18 ‘Las Palmas’ is released!
We are extremely pleased to announce the winning proposals for our 2016 QGIS.ORG grant programme. Funding for the programme was… Read more Winning QGIS Grant Proposals for 2016
At the beginning of August this year, we put out a call for applications in our newly launched grant programme. The… Read more Update on the QGIS Grant Programme
The core team of QGIS strives hard to provide the most advanced and user friendly GIS for free use by… Read more What are trusted plugins?
In autumn last year, we ran a rather large-scale user survey, which was translated into many languages and advertised here… Read more Results of the QGIS user survey 2015
We are pleased to announce the first round of funding for the QGIS grant programme. What is the grant programme?… Read more QGIS Grants: Call for applications
We’re happy to announce the release of QGIS 2.16.0 ‘Nødebo’. The University of Copenhagen’s Department of Geoscience and Natural Resource… Read more QGIS 2.16 ‘Nødebo’ is released!
Time flies when you are having fun! It seems like only yesterday that I was writing about the 14th Hackfest… Read more Report back: 15th QGIS hackfest in Girona, Spain
Thus if you are a plugin author who is distributing your plugin without the accompanying source code, you need to be aware that the source code needs to be made available to each person who receives the binary sources for your plugin.