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== Always Interesting
- OpenJUMP user list moved from email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org. Users can subscribe here: http://groups.google.com/group/openjump-users
- we just discovered the project [http://www.flaechennutzung.nrw.de/fnvnrw3/main.php?STYLE=MUNLV_style.css&FRAMESET=LERNMATERIALIEN&WINWIDTH=796&LERNMATERIAL=6
Jump4Schools] - unfortunately the webpage is in german, but the person may also speak English if you have questions. ...and of course; we wish good luck with the project!
- [11th July 2009] OGRS 2009 held in Nantes on 8, 9 and 10th of july. It was a great moment to learn and share experiences about OSSGeo. About 20 people participated in the OpenJUMP lab. You can find all the tutorials at this address. There are also more adresses at the bottom of the page.
- [24th May 2009] There is a good paper and a video showing how to use OpenJUMP with PotgreSQL/PostGIS on PGCon 2009 site. Thanks to PostGIS gurus to have made it available.
- [4th May 2009] Ravi submitted another English for pseudo-exercise OpenJUMP 1.3 on mineral targeting. It introduces into OpenJUMP editing, query and analyis function as well as into working with PostGIS.
- [15th February 2009] New page for users Portable OpenJUMP
- [5th November 2008] Ravi contributed a pseudo-exercise with the topic: Where to locate a nuclear power plant? taken from his _Demistify GIS_ lecture
- [20th October 2008] Victor Olaya has published the first version of Sextante for OpenJUMP. Sextante is a free set of tools for spatial analysis developed by the Junta de Extremadura (ES).