Changes between Version 212 and Version 213 of WKTRaster


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    2525<B>What's new about PostGIS Raster?</B><BR><BR>
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    27 <I>July 24, 2011</I><BR><B>PostGIS Raster Released with PostGIS 2.0 and another GSoC!</B><BR>Lot's of things happened since the last news was published in this page. First of all PostGIS Raster is now part of PostGIS 2.0! Congratulation to everybody who worked (and still work) on the raster stuff: Bborie, Jorge, Regina, David, Mateusz & Pierre! Second: A second Google summer of Code project has been accepted for PostGIS (the first was for the GDAL driver and hence for the GDAL project actually). Qing Liu will work on a <A href=http://trac.osgeo.org/postgis/wiki/PostGIS_Raster_SoC_Idea_2012/Distance_Analysis_Tools> distance raster to feature function</A> and a cost distance function if she gets time. Welcome Qing!<BR><BR>
     27<I>July 24, 2011</I><BR><B>PostGIS Raster Released with PostGIS 2.0 and another GSoC!</B><BR>Lot's of things happened since the last news was published in this page. First of all PostGIS Raster is now part of [http://postgis.refractions.net/news/20120403/ PostGIS 2.0]! Congratulation to everybody who worked (and still work) on the raster stuff: Bborie, Jorge, Regina, David, Mateusz & Pierre! Second: A second Google summer of Code project has been accepted for PostGIS (the first was for the GDAL driver and hence for the GDAL project actually). Qing Liu will work on a <A href=http://trac.osgeo.org/postgis/wiki/PostGIS_Raster_SoC_Idea_2012/Distance_Analysis_Tools> distance raster to feature function</A> and a cost distance function if she gets time. Welcome Qing!<BR><BR>
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    2929On Thursday, at 4 PM, Jorge Sanz and Ignacio Brodin will show how to <A href=http://2011.foss4g.org/sessions/accessing-postgis-raster-gvsig-desktop>access PostGIS Raster from gvSIG Desktop</A>. On Friday, at 11 AM, Pierre Racine will speak about how to <A href=http://2011.foss4g.org/sessions/store-manipulate-and-analyze-raster-data-within-postgresqlpostgis-spatial-database> store, manipulate and analyze raster data within the PostgreSQL/PostGIS spatial database</A> (<A href="http://blip.tv/fosslc/foss4g-window-pierre-storem-5656323">video</A>). He will also present what has been done since last year and what can be done with PostGIS Raster. See you in Denver: September 12-16!<BR><BR>