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Simplified License for OpenLayers 2.11

May 17th, 2011 · 1 Comment

For the upcoming 2.11 release, we’re simplifying the license under which we distribute OpenLayers. We’ve chosen to adopt the more widely used 2-clause BSD License, also known as the FreeBSD License. This new license differs from our old license in a number of ways: The new 2-clause license omits the non-endorsement clause. Our old license […]

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Tags: Release

OpenLayers 3 on GitHub

June 30th, 2010 · 2 Comments

In recent discussion on the OpenLayers development list, we decided to start working towards the next major version of OpenLayers. During a subsequent meeting on irc, we chose to use git for working towards v3 and are hosting a central repository on GitHub. Anyone interested in helping us in the OpenLayers 3 effort is encouraged […]

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Tags: Future · Release

Snap & Split

March 11th, 2009 · 5 Comments

We’ve been advancing the editing capabilities of OpenLayers with each release since the initial inclusion of the vector feature rendering in 2.4.  The upcoming 2.8 release will bring two new enhancements that I’m particularly excited about: snapping and splitting. The snapping example demonstrates some of the configuration options of the snapping agent.  This control can […]

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Tags: Features · Release · Vector

OpenLayers 2.5 Released

October 9th, 2007 · Comments Off

OpenLayers 2.5 has been released. As of this final release, the OpenLayers 2.5 release closes 190 outstanding tickets, more than any other OpenLayers release to date! For this we are indebted to the many members of the community, and especially the hard work of organizations like The Open Planning Project via Tim Schaub and a […]

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OpenLayers 2.5 Imminent, FOSS4G Coming

September 22nd, 2007 · Comments Off

Based on past experience with releases, it seems like the 2.5 release may be imminent: If we don’t receive any bug reports by the start of the FOSS4G conference on Tuesday, my hope is that the PSC will decide that the time has come to release the software as a final version. I’m excited about […]

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Tags: Conferences · Release

OpenLayers 2.5 RC1

September 17th, 2007 · 4 Comments

OpenLayers 2.5 RC1 has been released: Announcement Release Notes Bugs are best now There still might be time to get a release out before the end of FOSS4G… As of 2.5-RC1, the OpenLayers 2.5 release closes 160 outstanding tickets, 50% more than any OpenLayers release to date. Included in this release is the addition of […]

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OpenLayers 2.4 RC4 Release

May 24th, 2007 · 1 Comment

The OpenLayers Development Team is proud to announce the fourth release candidate of OpenLayers 2.4. Fix Safari 1.3.2 support Fix GeoRSS Serializer Overview map event handling Improved documentation Add close box option to AnchoredBubble? Minor SVG bugs when moving layer or destroying layer Change WKT format to deal in features instead of geometries This RC […]

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Heading towards RC4

May 4th, 2007 · Comments Off

A user his morning pointed out that the GeoRSS serializer was broken. I forget sometimes that I should be very careful about getting my hopes up about releases until they’re actually totally done: I’ve been looking forward to the 2.4 release for quite a while now, and I always feel frustrated when some other bug […]

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OpenLayers 2.4 RC2

April 19th, 2007 · Comments Off

The OpenLayers Development Team is proud to announce the second release candidate of OpenLayers 2.4. Click events for popups and controls cleaned up in IE. Improvements to Keyboards Improvements to Geometry/Renderer/Feature class to move Renderers to be behind the Layer API Fix broken Image layer after committing gutter changes Layer.Boxes cleanups. Protection against double Layer […]

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Tags: Release