Changes between Version 124 and Version 125 of GeoDjango


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Timestamp:
07/10/09 15:16:55 (6 years ago)
Author:
wilsaj
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some of the gispython links were broken

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  • GeoDjango

    v124 v125  
    7474 * PCL (Python Cartographic Library), now part of [http://www.gispython.org/ GIS Python], has done a lot of good work already. Let's apply the DRY principle. Strong opportunities for collaboration with regards to:
    7575   * Mapping framework
    76    * WMS/WMF Framework -- [http://trac.gispython.org/projects/PCL/browser/OWSLib/trunk OWSLib] looks excellent for this (BSD licensed and has unit tests!)
     76   * WMS/WMF Framework -- [http://trac.gispython.org/lab/wiki/OwsLib OWSLib] looks excellent for this (BSD licensed and has unit tests!)
    7777   * Utilities
    7878   * Database representation ideas
    79    * GEOS support, [http://zcologia.com/news/ Sean Gillies] (of PCL) was the maintainer of the old SWIG bindings, and is working on [http://trac.gispython.org/projects/PCL/wiki/ShapeLy ShapeLy], a !GeoDjango-inspired GEOS ctypes interface.
     79   * GEOS support, [http://sgillies.net/blog/ Sean Gillies] (of PCL) was the maintainer of the old SWIG bindings, and is working on [http://trac.gispython.org/lab/wiki/Shapely ShapeLy], a !GeoDjango-inspired GEOS ctypes interface.
    8080 * [http://code.google.com/p/django-coordinatesfield/ CoordinatesField].
    8181   * Jannis Leidel has already come up with a way to manipulate points in the admin interface, BSD licensed.
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