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A new home for the ImageIO-Ext project

Dear All,after a long wait a new home has been finally created by Oracle for the ImageIO-Ext project on the new Java.net infrastructure. You can reach it here.For the records the Image I/O-Ext project extends the Java's ImageI/O framework capabilities by providing access to new raster formats directly or through the integration of other frameworks and libraries, like GDAL, JMagick (experimental) and Kakadu for JPEG2000.The project is Open Source but commercial-friendly, part of the code is released under an LGPL license, some other parts (namely, derivative work from Oracle's imageio source code) are licensed under BSD license.This work has been...

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Workshop su GeoServer al meeting degli utenti GRASS e GFOSS

GeoSolutions sarà presente al  XII Italian GRASS and GFOSS users meeting con un workshop  su  GeoServer.Il workshop fornirà agli utenti una veloce introduzione al framework GeoServer, concentrandosi essenzialmente sui seguenti aspetti:basic installationbasic data configuration and publishingbasic data exploitationNel case voleste partecipare al workshop, non dimenticate di registrarvi in quanto i posti disponibili per la conferenza sono limitati!The GeoSolutions team.

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GeoServer Workshop at Italian GRASS and GFOSS Users’ Meeting

GeoSolutions will hold a GeoServer workshop at the XII Italian GRASS and GFOSS users meeting, the annual gathering of the Italian FOSS4G crowd.  The workshop will provide a quick introduction to the GeoServer framework and will mainly focus on: basic installationbasic data configuration and publishingbasic data exploitationIn case you are around and you want to attend the workshop, make sure to register for the conference since seats are limited!The GeoSolutions team.

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Developers Corner: have your SLD transform raster data into vectors on the fly

Hi all,in this post we'd like to share our most recent endeavor in dynamic data rendering within the GeoServer and GeoTools open source projects.The problemSuppose you have a set of scientific raster data sets, maybe they represent some sort of concentration, elevation, or maybe they represent wind, currents, or some other vector phenomena via two bands (one for magnitude, one for direction).Now, you have lots of them and people want to display them in various ways. Raster with color scales are nice, but often you need to render them in other ways, such as contour lines, polygons catching all the...

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GeoSolutions is sponsoring FOSS4G 2011

GeoSolutions is proud to announce its participation has a bronze sponsor to the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) 2011 conference, being held September 12 - 16, 2011, in Denver, CO, USA.The GeoSolutions team.

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