QGIS is a user friendly Open Source Geographic Information System that runs on Linux, Unix, Mac OSX, and Windows. We are… Read more QGIS 2.14 ‘Essen’ is released!
Its not too late to apply for presentation and workshop presenters to submit their proposals for the 2nd QGIS User and Developer Conference in May 2016.
Ok so quick spoiler here: there is no QGIS 3.0 ready yet, nor will there be a QGIS 3.0… Read more QGIS 3.0 plans
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 Call for Presentations and Workshops for the 2nd International QGIS User and Developer Conference, is already open!The Local Organising Committee of… Read more Present at the 2nd International QGIS User and Developer Conference!
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
Many of you out there may be wondering ‘when are we going to release QGIS 3.0?’. Last year (2015) we… Read more Help us to plan for QGIS 3.0
Local governments on the municipality or provincial level often have to deal with DXF/DWG/DGN documents delivered from architects, urban planners or… Read more Crowd funding project for reading CAD documents in QGIS
Last weekend (November 5th – November 8th, 2015) was a special occasion for the QGIS Project – we convened the… Read more A word of thanks to the hosts of the 14th QGIS Hackfest in Gran Canaria
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