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Geotools is an open source Java GIS toolkit for developing standards compliant solutions. It provides an implementation of Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) specifications as they are developed.

Geotools maintains an open development process, with public collaboration on new ideas . Project communication is open to all , and we welcome new contributions .

If you are a first time user, the getting started page in the users guide is a good place to begin learning about Geotools. A general feature list and some screenshots of Geotools in action are also available. Current releases can be found on the downloads page.

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GeoTools Release Week
It's been a big week for GeoTools releases, with both 2.6-RC1 and 2.5.8 hitting the streets. GeoTools 2.5.8 has seen a number of changes including: Improvements Shapefile locking Various fixes to ImageMosaic stability Support for JDBC aggregate functions To try out the latest release, head on over to the downloads page . GeoTools 2.6 has finally reached release candidacy, with the resolution of a few key issues, including: Solving a crash when reading ECW files Updated the WCS 1.…
Breakout IRC Meeting

Agenda:
1) cleanup feedback
2) geoapi relationship
3) referencing
4) GeoTools site/blog
5) geotoolkit response

Action items:

GeoTools 2.5.5 Released
GeoTools is alive and kicking; well kicking out 2.5.5 release anyways. The developers have been very busy lately (organizing due to some staff changes). Catching up with news posts - on May 5th GeoTools 2.5.…
Useful references for GeoTools users There is now a GeoTools CiteULike library for useful papers, articles and other references relating to geo-spatial applications and computational geometry. The library is freely accessible to search and browse. Items generally have keywords, abstracts and citation details plus a link to the full text where available. You can comment on an item, for example to point out errors or limitations in an article or to suggest an application.…

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