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qgis/QGIS is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 only which is an OSI approved license.
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A repository for fans of Critical Role to contribute to the data behind the interactive fantasy map for the show.
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DB Manager - create SQL plugin
reddit.com/r/QGIS | 2021-06-10
Here's the Database Manager plugins in the Github repo. Is this what you're looking for?
[No Spoilers] Feeling foggy after the finale? Same here. Brand new fog effect added to the horizon in the Wildemount interactive map! [OC]
reddit.com/r/criticalrole | 2021-06-04
I made the map by superimposing the official paper maps arbitrarily on the earth's surface and tracing the geography using QGIS, a free and open-source mapping program. I uploaded and styled that data in Mapbox, a web-mapping company with a generous free tier. If you're curious about making your own, I've got some tutorials on my Twitch channel. Or if you wanna see more about other maps I make you can follow me on Instagram (@redgiantmaps). The maps are free and hopefully always will be, but if you're super appreciative of them, you can always support me via the Ko-Fi links in the maps or on Patreon.
QGIS Open Day – QGIS Cutting Edge (2021-05-28)
reddit.com/r/GeoNe_ws | 2021-05-21
"Used a ballpark transform" message
reddit.com/r/QGIS | 2021-04-25
See also: https://github.com/qgis/QGIS/issues/34983
reddit.com/r/PDQDeploy | 2021-03-23
Welcome to the QGIS project!
QGIS 3.18.1 released
reddit.com/r/gis | 2021-03-19reddit.com/r/QGIS | 2021-03-19
[No Spoilers] It's been one year since I released the Tal'Dorei interactive map! It's free to use! Link in comments.
reddit.com/r/criticalrole | 2021-03-16
Hold off on installing QGIS 3.18 on windows
reddit.com/r/QGIS | 2021-03-01
not sure if barnezhilton is serious or joking but the only security relevant issue I could find on github was this one server access control completely ignored. https://github.com/qgis/QGIS/issues/41800
How to install PDAL package to import las/laz in 3.18?
reddit.com/r/QGIS | 2021-02-27
Hi, QGIS 3.18 now supports point clouds in las/laz format. However, after a fresh installation of 3.18 I still can't import las/laz. I'm encountering the same problem as a user reported here on Github. According to this reply the problem can be solved by installing the PDAL provider. How do I do that? I'm not very familiar with OSGeo4W but I managed to install the PDAL lib 1.8.0-1. It doesn't help, though. The package is still not showing up in QGIS. Any hints what I have to do?
reddit.com/r/QGIS | 2021-02-12
Reflecting further on your experience, I've created a feature request for QGIS to warn users from falling into your trap. https://github.com/qgis/QGIS/issues/41535
Issue with Polygonize
reddit.com/r/QGIS | 2021-01-28
This issue report suggests some issue with lines not technically intersecting https://github.com/qgis/QGIS/issues/34840reddit.com/r/QGIS | 2021-01-28
What programming languages are used the most in GIS work?
reddit.com/r/gis | 2021-01-19
You can see the breakdown of QGIS in the repository. Mostly C++ and Python.