Currently there are a number of ongoing crowdfunding initiatives for improvements in QGIS that need your support: 1. Diagrams in print… Read more Crowdfunding initiatives in spring 2019
We are pleased to announce the release of QGIS 3.6 ‘Noosa’! Noosa was the location of a local Australian developer… Read more QGIS 3.6 Noosa is released!
On behalf of QGIS.ORG and the whole community, I’m would like to extend our thanks and congratulations to all the local volunteers who… Read more A Coruña contributors meeting: another step forward for the QGIS.ORG project!
QGIS 3.4 has recently become our new Long Term Release (LTR) version. This is a major step in our history… Read more End of life notice: QGIS 2.18 LTR
In January, we wanted to learn more about if and how QGIS users contribute back to the project. We received… Read more User question of the Month – Feb’19 & answers from Jan
In December, we wanted to know what QGIS.ORG should focus on in 2019. Portuguese Based on these results, in today’s… Read more User question of the Month – Jan’19 & answers from Dec
It’s December and that means it is time to plan for the next year. Planning also means preparing a budget… Read more User question of the Month – Dec’18 & answers from Nov
The next International QGIS User Conference and Developer Meeting will take place in the week from 4 to 10 March… Read more Call for presentations: QGIS User Conference and Developer Meeting, 2019
Thanks to your donations, we were able to hire core developers to focus on solving Mac OS specific issues for… Read more Results of the MacOS bug fixing initiative
QGIS 2.18 is the third LTR since we started this effort back in 2015 and next year will see the… Read more User question of the Month – Nov’18