• geOrchestra 15.06

    The geOrchestra team is pleased to announce the release of geOrchestra 15.06

    This release brings several key enhancements:

    • full support for the newer Debian 8 “Jessie”, which means a longer life span for your server.
    • standard GeoServer artifacts can be used instead of the “geOrchestra flavoured GeoServer”. Not only will this bring new features more quickly in, but this will also make your administrator more relax when a vulnerability is discovered in GeoServer.
    • integration tests are run everytime new code is contributed to geOrchestra, thanks to the free travis-ci service.
    • lighter artifacts. We achieved a 20 to 50% reduction of size by excluding useless documentation, examples and tests from the WAR file. This saves bandwidth (and time !) for those of you who pull the artifacts from our hosted CI.


  • GeoCom 2015 : the agenda

    GeoCom2015, the yearly meeting of the geOrchestra will take place in Alsace in June, from Monday, 22/06 to Wednesday 24/06/2015. In line with this still-open survey, a provisional agenda is suggested.

  • GeoCom 2015 in Alsace

    GeoCom2015, the yearly meeting of the geOrchestra community will be held in june in Alsace, France. Whether you are users, developers, SDI managers, or just interested, this is where we are loking forward to seeing you and together set geOrchestra’s roadmap and share experiences.

  • geOrchestra 14.12 is available

    The PSC is pleased to announce the immediate release of geOrchestra 14.12, 6th version since we’re producing release notes. We’re keeping the pace of a new version every 6 months (within few days) thanks to our developers’ tenacity and support from customer SDIs.

    This version seeks to be more intuitive for end-users and easier to integrate for administrators - an outcome of numerous reports and suggestions logged into the bugtracker (600 tickets since October 2012).

    An extensive and step-by-step install documentation is available as a companion for first-time installers.

  • geOrchestra 14.06 is out

    geOrchestra 14.06 is out !
    This is essentially a maintenance version with some nice improvements.

  • Upgrade to GeoServer 2.5.1

    geOrchestra is currently migrating from GeoServer 2.3.2 (used since 13.06) to latest stable (at the time of writing) 2.5.1.

  • New website

    Checkout our brand new geOrchestra website !

    Based on free software (Jekyll), it features a mobile-friendly blog and static pages at the same place, with full multilingual content (English, French & Spanish).

  • geOcom2014: registration is now open

    You can now register to the geOcom! The CRAIG, which hosts the event, has published an announcement and setup a registration form.

    Please register as soon as possible to help us plan the event.

  • geOcom 2014 in France


    As you may know, the geOrchestra users & developers conference is coming very soon now ! We are very grateful to the CRAIG (Centre Régional Auvergnat de l'Information Géographique) for hosting the conference, which will take place in Clermont-Ferrand, France, on June the 19th and 20th.

  • Release 14.01

    The geOrchestra community are pleased to announce the immediate release of version 14.01. Since the June 2013 release 151 evolutions took place, emphasising on stability, analysis, and data sharing.

  • geOrchestra 13.09 is released

    The Project Steering Committee of geOrchestra is proud to announce the release of geOrchestra 13.09. In this sixth release you will find a number of new features, improvements and corrections. geOrchestra 13.09 is available at http://sdi.georchestra.org/.

  • New demo site sdi.georchestra.org

    We have a dedicated demo site !

    http://sdi.georchestra.org/ will publish modules builds on a regular basis to review and test the new features. We are using continuous integration with Jenkins to maintain a local repository, to build and deploy the modules and to perform scheduled tasks. The 8-cores server is operated by the PSC members.

  • geOrchestra 12.11 Bolivia is out


    The PSC is pleased to announce the release of geOrchestra 12.11 (aka 'Bolivia' ) with 11 bugs fixed and 21 improvements since the previous one. This release will receive bug fixes until the next stable one will be out, which is planned for the end of February. This release was mainly supported by the geOrchestra community. Thanks to all contributors !

  • geOrchestra sources now hosted by GitHub

    The geOrchestra project is now hosted on GitHub. This migration required a lot of work from our community. Following the internationalization of the viewer and extractor modules, this move will facilitate contributions.

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