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QGIS Now Supports Cesium 3D Tiles - By Danielle Stollak

How to use Libertine / Desktop Apps on Ubuntu Touch - Pixel 3a - GIMP


Newest Privacy phone from /e/OS - The 'Murena 2'

Introducing the 'Murena 2' And in case your wondering...Yes I do use a Murena based Samsung Galaxy as my daily driver!

NSF Grant Awarded to Enhance GRASS GIS Ecosystem

 All Grass GIS users worldwide will benefit funding to this group of people.

Homage to Bart O' Farrell

Going to be presenting at FOSS4G on Thursday in Swansea at the University of Wales Trinity St David and realised this institute was originally called 'West Glamorgan Institute of Higher Education (Wiggy) as we called it then back in the 80s where I was a student in Graphic Design.  On reflection... I wondered what happened to some of those lecturer's and in particular Bart O'Farrell. In homage to this great welsh artist and character I'm posting the only interview I can find of his career while it remains online.

Build 'PCRaster' (from source) on Linux - For calculation of flow accumulation in QGIS... by Hans van der Kwast

$  sudo apt install libboost- all -dev libqt 5 charts 5 -dev libxerces-c-dev libncurses-dev cmake-curses-gui libqt 5 opengl 5 -dev pybind 11 -dev $ git clone --recursive $ cd pcraster && mkdir build && cd build $ cmake -G "Unix Makefiles" -D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DPCRASTER_BUILD_TEST= OFF .. $ make -j 4 $ sudo make install $ echo "export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/usr/local/python" >> ~/.bash_profile $ sudo reboot

How I Would Learn GIS (If I Had To Start Over)


MAPS CAN LIE - A map presents only one of many possible stories

Don't believe everything a map appears to show.  The Colour, the size and position of labels and the scale hierarchy of information can all be used to deceive you.

FOSS4G 2023 - (Prizren) - General and Academic Track Presentation Downloads

FOSS4G: UK Local 2023 Get your tickets

Build a Geospatial Platform Using QGIS and Koordinates Cloud

Install QGIS 3.22 LTS with QGIS-SERVER-3.22 and Apache2 on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Install QGIS-SERVER-3.22   (assuming 'qgis' and 'qgis-plugin-grass' already on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS) (if not) :~$ sudo apt install qgis qgis-plugin-grass (then) :~$ sudo apt install qgis-server [sudo] password for paul: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree... Done Reading state information... Done qgis-server is already the newest version (3.22.16+dfsg-1~jammy3). 0 to upgrade, 0 to newly install, 0 to remove and 19 not to upgrade. Check the version installed: :~$ /usr/lib/cgi-bin/qgis_mapserv.fcgi --version QGIS 3.22.16-Białowieża 'Białowieża' (exported) QGIS code branchRelease 3.22 Qt version 5.15.3 Python version 3.10.6 GDAL/OGR version 3.6.2 PROJ version 9.1.1 EPSG Registry database version v10.076 (2022-08-31) GEOS version 3.11.1-CAPI-1.17.1 SQLite version 3.37.2 OS Ubuntu 22.04.2 LTS Now Install Apache2 :~$ sudo apt install apache2 [sudo] password for paul:  Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree... Done Reading state informati

Online Mini Workshop: QGIS and ESRI - can they ever be compatible?


Schedule of the 2023 QGIS Conference

R-Universe - Search for packages for almost any purpose in a 'one-stop-shop'

Exploring the QChatGPT plugin in QGIS


Animated Map - Showing population growth, state formation and boundary changes in the United States, 1790-2010. Available online at


G3W Suite - QGIS Web Client

 Another interesting QGIS Server Client from Italy to follow Lizmap, QWC2 & Gisquick. Looking forward to more. Introduced last year.

Anyone still exchanging 'shapefiles'?

The humble 'shapefile' is still in use and is still one of the most popular formats for data exchange since the 1990's but the world has moved on and it's time to kill it off. Here is the good and bad of 'shapefiles'. Thanks to  Jachym Cepicky