Thursday 16 October 2008

uDig 1.1.0

If you check the uDig download page you will see uDig 1.1.0 is available.  Please see the official announcement for an overview of what is new, and the organizations that made it happen, etc...

Apparently this is good timing for a release; a recent uDig GIS: A First Look article was published in the Linux Journal.  If you are new to uDig (in addition to the article above) please consider the following resources:
This has been a really interesting ride leading up to uDig 1.1.0. The project has migrated from a core developer team located in Victoria to a diverse set of developers from all the corners of the earth.

Much of this transition has been under the leadership and support of Jesse Eichar. I would like to personally thank Jesse for supporting development teams - often on his own time as a volunteer. I am especially pleased that his hard work supporting others has been echoed back on the email list in terms of testing, translations and feedback.

A friendly reminder for the GeoServer project; it appears they have a ways to go before they catch up to our Release Candidate record.

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