Changes between Version 218 and Version 219 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, 2012</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 <A href=http://postgis.refractions.net/news/20120403/>PostGIS 2.0</A>! 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, 2012</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 <A href=http://postgis.refractions.net/news/20120403/>PostGIS 2.0</A>! Congratulation to everybody who worked (and still work) on the raster stuff: Bborie, Jorge, Regina, David, Mateusz, Sandro & 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>