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QGIS 2.4 available for download!
http://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/download.html
This is the message from our release manager:
QGIS is a user friendly Open Source Geographic Information System that runs on Linux, Unix, Mac OSX, and Windows.
We are very pleased to announce the release of QGIS 2.4 'Chugiak'.
The new release contains a lot of new features, tweaks and enhancements. The most noticible improvement is probably the long awaited multithreaded rendering, that lets QGIS leave a much more responsive impression.
This is second release following our new four month release schedule that is meant to make new features and bugfixes available quicker and the development and new releases more predictable. This time the testing phase was especially fruitful and was therefore extended by a week. Thanks to all the tester for their time and good reports.
The source code and binaries for Windows, Debian, Fedora and Ubuntu are already available via the large download link on our home page: http://qgis.org. More packages will follow as soon as the package maintainers finish their work. Please revisit the page if your platform is not available yet.
A word of thanks to our contributors, donors and sponsors
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QGIS is a largely volunteer driven project, and is the work of a dedicated team of developers, documenters and supporters. We extend our thanks and gratitude for the many, many hours people have contributed to make this release happen.
Many companies and organizations contribute back their improvements to QGIS and fund development of new features when they use it as their platform, and we are grateful for this and encourage others to do the same! We would also like to thank our sponsors and donors for helping to promote our work through their
financial contributions. Our current sponsors are (QGIS Sponsorship is valid for one year):
Gold Sponsor:
Asia Air Survey (http://www.asiaairsurvey.com/)
Silver Sponsor:
G.A.I.A. mbH (http://www.gaia-mbh.de/)
State of Vorarlberg (http://www.vorarlberg.at)
Bronze Sponsors:
ArguSoft GmbH & Co KG (http://argusoft.de)
Dr.-Ing Claas Leiner, http://www.eschenlaub.de
Molitec (http://www.molitec.it/)
OPENRUNNER (http://www.openrunner.com/)
A current list of donors who have made financial contributions large and small to the project can be seen here:
http://qgis.org/en/site/about/sponsorship.html#list-of-donors
If you would like to make a donation or sponsor our project, please visit
http://qgis.org/en/site/about/sponsorship.html#sponsorship
QGIS is Free software and you are under no obligation to do so. Sponsoring QGIS helps us to fund our six monthly developer meetings, maintain project infrastructure and fund bug fixing efforts
Visual tour of the new release:
--------------------------------------
You can find a list of highlighted changes and new features listed on the detailed release announcement available here:
http://changelog.linfiniti.com/qgis/version/2.4.0/
Give us your feedback:
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We welcome your feedback - please visit our issue tracker if you encounter an issue with the new release:
http://hub.qgis.org/
Please consult the existing issues there before filing any new ones.
Happy QGISing!
Regards,
The QGIS Team!
Download QGIS for your platform. The current version is QGIS 2.4 and was released in June 2014. QGIS is available on Windows, MacOS X, Linux and Android. Binary packages (installers) for current stable version 2.4 can be downloaded here. Installation Downloads; All Releases; Sources ...
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Woah, I missed this, updating now :)
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QGIS Needs You! Help make QGIS 2.4 better.

We love that everyone can use QGIS for free. This is the perfect time to help the project out if you can. We would love you for it.
QGIS Needs You! Help make QGIS 2.4 better. 06 Jun 2014. QGIS is now in feature freeze for the 2.4 release, that means no more features are going in and we need to focus on fixing any outstanding issues that are still hanging around before the release. 2.4 is going to be a good release, ...
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Don't forget. If you make a cool looking map in QGIS 2.0 we would love to see it on our flickr map page.
Sharing maps produced by QGIS to showcase its features. Just a few simple rules: No Screen shots of the application Only output from the composer or Save Image As.. List data sources used List any new QGIS features used e.g blending, label buffers, etc Post maps that you're proud of and would show your mother
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QGIS 2.0 is released for Windows, Mac, and Linux. We have a new fancy website up which we know people will like and find easier to use.

A visual change log of the new features can be found here (http://changelog.linfiniti.com/version/1/) #qgis   #osgeo   #gis  
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Thanks +Shawn Carter but the very main reason that I have upgraded to 13.04 was that one of my laptop hardware was not supported by the previous versions (i.e. wifi card). So I guess I'll just wait a little while for the supported release and go back to windows for my tasks.
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A great tutorial by Anita on how to make a vintage looking map in QGIS. 
This post describes the three simple steps necessary to create a vintage-looking map using the blending feature in QGIS 2.0's print composer. This is what we are aiming for: 1. Prepare the map Like...
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Can't wait to check this out!
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New #QGIS 2.0 API
What has changed and what it means for you

or maybe I should have named it:

New QGIS 2.0 API
Oh god! Why did you break my plugins!
New QGIS 2.0 API. What has changed and what it means for you. Published: 13 June 2013. QGIS 2.0 has under gone some radical changes for its upcoming release. Some of these major changes relate to the API, both C++ and Python. Something that always comes up when trying to improve an API is the ...
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QGIS 2.4 available for download!
http://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/download.html

This is the message from our release manager:
QGIS is a user friendly Open Source Geographic Information System that runs on Linux, Unix, Mac OSX, and Windows.
We are very pleased to announce the release of QGIS 2.4 'Chugiak'.
The new release contains a lot of new features, tweaks and enhancements. The most noticible improvement is probably the long awaited multithreaded rendering, that lets QGIS leave a much more responsive impression.

This is second release following our new four month release schedule that is meant to make new features and bugfixes available quicker and the development and new releases more predictable. This time the testing phase was especially fruitful and was therefore extended by a week. Thanks to all the tester for their time and good reports.
The source code and binaries for Windows, Debian, Fedora and Ubuntu are already available via the large download link on our home page: http://qgis.org. More packages will follow as soon as the package maintainers finish their work. Please revisit the page if your platform is not available yet.

A word of thanks to our contributors, donors and sponsors
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
QGIS is a largely volunteer driven project, and is the work of a dedicated team of developers, documenters and supporters. We extend our thanks and gratitude for the many, many hours people have contributed to make this release happen.
Many companies and organizations contribute back their improvements to QGIS and fund development of new features when they use it as their platform, and we are grateful for this and encourage others to do the same! We would also like to thank our sponsors and donors for helping to promote our work through their
financial contributions. Our current sponsors are (QGIS Sponsorship is valid for one year):
Gold Sponsor:
Asia Air Survey (http://www.asiaairsurvey.com/)
Silver Sponsor:
G.A.I.A. mbH (http://www.gaia-mbh.de/)
State of Vorarlberg (http://www.vorarlberg.at)
Bronze Sponsors:
ArguSoft GmbH & Co KG (http://argusoft.de)
Dr.-Ing Claas Leiner, http://www.eschenlaub.de
Molitec (http://www.molitec.it/)
OPENRUNNER (http://www.openrunner.com/)
A current list of donors who have made financial contributions large and small to the project can be seen here:
http://qgis.org/en/site/about/sponsorship.html#list-of-donors
If you would like to make a donation or sponsor our project, please visit
http://qgis.org/en/site/about/sponsorship.html#sponsorship
QGIS is Free software and you are under no obligation to do so. Sponsoring QGIS helps us to fund our six monthly developer meetings, maintain project infrastructure and fund bug fixing efforts
Visual tour of the new release:
--------------------------------------
You can find a list of highlighted changes and new features listed on the detailed release announcement available here:
http://changelog.linfiniti.com/qgis/version/2.4.0/
Give us your feedback:
------------------------------
We welcome your feedback - please visit our issue tracker if you encounter an issue with the new release:
http://hub.qgis.org/
Please consult the existing issues there before filing any new ones.
Happy QGISing!
Regards,
The QGIS Team!
Download QGIS for your platform. The current version is QGIS 2.4 and was released in June 2014. QGIS is available on Windows, MacOS X, Linux and Android. Binary packages (installers) for current stable version 2.4 can be downloaded here. Installation Downloads; All Releases; Sources ...
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Just consider if you need the Openlayers Plugin before upgrading, it is needing some attention.
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Really like QGIS and what to help support us but not sure how?

Well one easy way is to make a donation. We accept paypal, direct bank transfer, and now flattr. More details on our website and at the flattr site http://flattr.com/howflattrworks
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Don't forget. If you make a cool looking map in QGIS 2.0 we would love to see it on our flickr map page.
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QGIS 2.0 is released for Windows, Mac, and Linux. We have a new fancy website up which we know people will like and find easier to use.

A visual change log of the new features can be found here (http://changelog.linfiniti.com/version/1/) #qgis   #osgeo   #gis  
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is any grass in qgis 2.0 ????
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No excuses for a crap looking map in QGIS 2.0.
Alpha by Value choropleth in QGIS. Published: 27 June 2013. This post was inspired by a post written by Xaquín G.V, some extra credit must also go to Mathieu for helping me with the expression. One of the new great features in the upcoming QGIS 2.0 is the ability to use data defined symbology ...
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Have you made an awesome looking map using QGIS? Don't forget to post it to our flickr page
Sharing maps produced by QGIS to showcase its features. Just a few simple rules: No Screen shots of the application Only output from the composer or Save Image As.. List data sources used List any new QGIS features used e.g blending, label buffers, etc Post maps that you're proud of and would show your mother
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This is the official page of the Quantum GIS project.

Quantum GIS (QGIS) is a powerful and user friendly Open Source Geographic Information System (GIS) that runs on Linux, Unix, Mac OSX, and Windows. QGIS supports vector, raster, and database formats. QGIS is licensed under the GNU Public License.