OpenGeo Gallery: Real World Applications

The folks in OpenGeo frequently get asked about who uses open source software and the OpenGeo Suite. Well, lots of people do and to demonstrate we’ve been compiling the OpenGeo Gallery.  It’s is a collection of the real-world applications that power the software behind the OpenGeo Suite, including PostGIS, GeoServer,GeoWebCache, OpenLayers, and GeoExt. Projects developed either Read more…

OpenBag: Naama Lissar History of Planning and Architecture in Tel Aviv

“There may be others more beautiful, but as none as beautiful as she” Tel Aviv from the Seashell Lottery in 1909 to its designation as a World Heritage city in 2003, is a city of neighborhoods, of people and of  public interaction. Naama Lissar, a native Tel Avivian, urban planner, and OpenPlans’ Community Tools Planner, gave a presentation about Read more…

OpenBlock 1.1 released

OpenBlock 1.1 has been released today! Highlights of this release: Big shareable maps, for examplehttp://bit.ly/njmZT6. Comments on NewsItems. User-contributed “Neighbor Messages” and “Neighbor Events” news types. Better support for running in a multi-city area. Import Places from a CSV file via the admin UI. Date and time picker widgets on forms, where relevant. Support for Read more…

Generation X

The sight Edward saw, a shimmering endless New York, shaped of lipsticks, artillerary shells, wedding cakes and folded shirt cardboards: a city built of iron, papier-mache and playing cards: an ugly/beautiful world surfaced with carbon and icicles and bougainvilleau vines.  Its boulevards were patternless, helter skelter and cuckoo.  Everywhere there were booby-traps, Triffeds and blackholes. Read more…