Find below the latest news and contributions made ​​by Camptocamp. data available to OpenStreetMap

Yesterday, the French association, which is dedicated to mountain sports, announced that it is giving OSM the right to digitalize data from its WMS server. The database is currently worth 9’750 …

8 July 2009 camptocamp

OpenERP tax 100% on import

Companies that are making importations often receive invoices from the carrier which does only have taxes. Here is a small tutorial on which you will learn how to input it into OpenERP to be sure that the tax declaration is correct. …

8 July 2009 camptocamp

OpenERP data into Google Maps : beautiful, but is it a good idea ?

There is a new very interesting OpenERP Module which imports OpenERP data into Google Map. This module creates a .kml file with all partners and partner turnover data which could be imported into google maps => simple and really …

25 June 2009 camptocamp

GeoNetwork code sprint started!

As last year, Bolsena is the place for the European OSGeo hacking event. Gathering people from various community (GeoNetwork opensource, Mapbender, Degree, GeoServer, Grass…) the OSGeo hacking event started this morning in …

22 June 2009 camptocamp

WMS for OpenStreetMap

Claude Philipona just writes a blog to mention that some WMS are now available for OpenStreetMap in Switzerland. If you want to see the content of these WMS, have a look at this Studio generated application: By the way, another MapFish …

17 June 2009 camptocamp

Studio: create your own Web 2.0 mapping application

Studio has been extended to provide a full configuration solution for the creation of web 2.0 mapping applications (see previous post ). With it, you can publish your geodata over the internet without development skills and without the …

17 June 2009 camptocamp

MapFish also in Italian!

A MapFish tutorial from an italian blog . Grazie Alessio 😉

4 May 2009 camptocamp

MapFish for hydrology:

mapfis web site is live ! The main goal of this MapFish application is to provide forecast for river flow and lake level. All this information is provided twice a day and is issued from an hydrological software …

1 May 2009 camptocamp

Making a MapServer + AGG build that doesn’t suck

from the oh-why-wasnt-this-done-ages-ago-dept. Until now, MapServer has relied on an external link to the AGG library, rather than including the AGG source tree as is common in the other cartographic servers (namely mapnik and …

27 April 2009 camptocamp

Google Summer of Code: MapServer projects

The list of accepted students for the 2009 edition of Google Summer of Code has been published yesterday. This year 20 slots were allocated to  OSGEO, 2 of which went to the MapServer project: KML output: David Kana will be working on …

22 April 2009 camptocamp

My first steps with OpenScales

After a big refactoring of the imported/rewritten OpenLayers code, I wanted to test a little bit OpenScales.

13 April 2009 camptocamp

Studio: Beta for the MapFile Manager

A previous post introduced a new administration tool: Studio is born ! One component of Studio is the MapFile editor. You can have a look at a video introducing the MapFile editor.. It is also possible to test it live (create your own …

25 March 2009 camptocamp

Alles was Sie mit MapFish machen können

Emmanuel Belo war letzte Woche in Hannover für FOSSGIS 2009. Die Vortragspräsentation (4MB) zeigt die Diversität der Anwendung dass Sie, mit MapFish, herstellen können. Der proceeding ist auch interessant.

21 March 2009 camptocamp

WFS-T and MapFish: nice demo made by MapGears

MapGears has created a nice demonstration using MapFish with a WFS-T server. I find the edition functions really ergonomic and intuitive.

16 March 2009 camptocamp

Mapserver High Resolution Output

During the recent Toronto Code Sprint[1] there was a very interesting topic concerning the use of MapServer to generate high resolution maps suitable for printing, the results of which will be integrating into the future-coming 6.0 …

16 March 2009 camptocamp