With QGIS 3.0 moving closer, it is also time to get the new QGIS logo out there. We are therefore asking all… Read more Logo Evolution – Call to User Groups
It is our pleasure to announce that the QGIS.org voting members have unanimously agreed to the adoption of the proposed… Read more QGIS 3.0 logo voting results
2016 was an exciting year for us. It was a year with three great releases (2.14 LTR, 2.16 & 2.18),… Read more Happy new year 2017!
If you have been following this blog and the QGIS community discussions, you will know that 2017 is going to… Read more New QGIS 3.0 logo candidate
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!
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’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!
Dear QGIS developers This year, just like in the previous years, we will have two developer-centric hackfests, where we invite coders,… Read more Announcing the QGIS hackfests 2016
The latest bug fix releases 2.8.6 and 2.12.3 have been released according to our release road map. For a list… Read more Announcing the release of 2.8.6 and 2.12.3
In the 12th episode of the QGIS podcast, Tim Sutton and Victor Olaya talk about what they have been doing… Read more QGIS Podcast Episode 12