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OSGeoLive 14.0 Released
- April 2021
Version 14.0 of the OSGeoLive GIS software collection has been released.
Highlights for this release include:
- Additional Python modules like Fiona, rasterio, cartopy, pandas, geopandas, mappyfile.
- Improved documentation and four new translations, now supporting: English | Deutsch | Español | Suomen kieli | Français | Italiano | 日本語 | Hungarian
- Version updates to many of the included packages.
- 100 % translation to Hungarian. Zoltán Siki, one of the Hungarian translators, pointed out the need for the translation and will use it at GIS courses at University in Budapest.
- Command line introduction
- improved Quickstart for OSM thanks to Enock
- VMDK - first time
XXX, says "....Thank you OSGeoLive team and congratulations on this release."
OSGeoLive 14 is ready to be used at events. It will be used at FOSSGIS Konferenz 2021 in June (https.fossgis-konferenz.de/2021) and FOSS4G 2021 in September 2021 (http://foss4g.org).
Download the OSGeoLive 14.0 image at https://live.osgeo.org/en/download.html
OSGeoLive is a Lubuntu based distribution of Geospatial Open Source Software, available via a Virtual Machine, USB and DVD. OSGeoLive is pre-installed with robust open source geospatial software, which can be tried without installing anything.
- Close to 50 quality geospatial Open Source applications installed and pre-configured
- Free world maps and sample datasets
- Project Overview and step-by-step Quickstart for each application
- Lightning presentation of all applications, along with speaker's script
- Translations to multiple languages
Hundreds of people have directly helped with OSGeoLive packaging, documenting and translating, and thousands have been involved in building the packaged software. Thank you to all involved.
- OSGeo - the Open Source Geospatial Foundation provides development & hosting infrastructure for OSGeoLive and many of the included applications.
- Information Center for the Environment (ICE) at the University of California, Davis provides hardware resources and development support.
- Remote Sensing Laboratory at the National Technical University of Athens, provides hardware resources and development support.
- The Debian GIS and UbuntuGIS teams provide and quality-assure many of the core packages.
- Okeanos is kindly providing Virtual Machines for building the OSGeoLive iso images.