Project Announcements

MapGuide Open Source 2.1 released

We are pleased to announce that the MapGuide Open Source project team has released MapGuide Open Source 2.1.0.

Along with the many bug fixes, this release has

  • many improvements in performance, scalability and stability;
  • an improved error reporting system;
  • raster re-projection;

MapGuide Open Source 2.1 beta released

We are pleased to announce that the MapGuide Open Source project team has made MapGuide Open Source 2.1 beta available.

Release notes: http://trac.osgeo.org/mapguide/wiki/Release/2.1/Notes
Downloads: http://mapguide.osgeo.org/download/releases/2.1.0
Documentation: Please continue to use the 2.0 documentation for now.

Along with the many bug fixes this release has

MapGuide Open Source Live CD

Autodesk and Camptocamp have created this LiveCD to ease your first steps with MapGuide Open Source. When you boot your computer with this CD you get a working MapGuide Open Source server, complete with the MapGuide Maestro authoring tool, code samples, and demo datasets. To download go to the Related Links page.

MapGuide Open Source 2.0.2 Released

The MapGuide Open Source project team is pleased to make MapGuide Open Source 2.0.2 available. This release contains support for Firefox 3, bug fixes, rendering fixes and updated FDO DLLs. For the complete list of fixes please see the release notes.

MapGuide Open Source 2.0.1 Released

The MapGuide Open Source project team is pleased to make MapGuide Open Source 2.0.1 available. This release contains many bug fixes since 2.0.0 and has been updated to install FDO 3.3.1. For the complete list of fixes please see the release notes.

MapGuide Open Source 2.0.0 released

The MapGuide Open Source project team is pleased to make MapGuide Open Source 2.0.0 available. Among the many enhancements, the main feature in this release is the integration of Fusion; a flexible, extensible templating system that provides the ability to separate application presentation from its functional components.
A full summary of the new features as well as updated components can be found on our milestone page.

MapGuide Open Source 1.2.0 Released

The MapGuide Open Source project team is pleased to announce the release of MapGuide Open Source 1.2.0.

Please see the release notes and milestones page for further information about this release.

Fusion Technology Preview Now Available

July 24, 2007 - The MapGuide Open Source project is happy to announce that DM Solutions Group will be contributing their "Fusion" technology to the MapGuide Open Source project. "Fusion" is the project name for a Software Developers Kit that provides tools and templates to speed development of web mapping applications. DM Solutions has worked with MapGuide Open Source since its first release, and saw an opportunity to better meet their clients application needs by creating a new toolkit based on their experience with MapServer - and they made quite a few improvements on the way!

MapGuide Open Source helps San Francisco protect the urban forest

March 8, 2007 - The City of San Francisco’s Department of Public Works’ Bureau of Urban Forestry (BUF), the Friends of the Urban Forest (FUF), Autodesk, and Online Mapping Solutions have worked together to develop a city-wide, dynamic online map of the city’s growing number of trees. The San Francisco Urban Forest Mapping System was developed using a combination of open source and proprietary mapping technologies, with MapGuide Open Source forming the central element. By integrating their two data sets into one, BUF and FUF now have a vital, technology-based tool for tree maintenance and management, enabling urban forest managers to inventory and map existing, future and past tree locations.

MapGuide Open Source Graduates Incubation

March 5, 2007 - OSGeo and the MapGuide Open Source project are pleased to announce that MapGuide Open Source has graduated from the incubation process and is now a full fledged OSGeo project. Graduating incubation includes requirements for open community operation, a responsible project governance model, code provenance and license verification and general good project operation. Graduating incubation is the OSGeo seal of approval for a project and gives potential users of the project added confidence in the viability and safety of the project. With the graduation of MapGuide Open Source
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