Still Jonesing for zigGIS? Try this OGR Plug-In for ArcGIS.

So I’ve actually noticed a surprising uptick in traffic related to zigGIS lately? We also had someone asking about ST-Links on the zigGIS mailing list last week. Clearly, there’s still a level of interest out there for the problem that zigGIS was designed for. ArcGIS reading SpatiaLite natively, thanks to OGR and Ragi Burhum Along … Continue reading “Still Jonesing for zigGIS? Try this OGR Plug-In for ArcGIS.”

Me and zigGIS

If you’ve been to the Obtuse Software site recently, you may or may not have noticed a change to the “Who We Are” page. It now lists only Abe Gillespie and Paolo Corti. Prior to my trip to Colorado to talk about zigGIS at GIS in the Rockies, I informed Abe and Paolo that I … Continue reading “Me and zigGIS”

zigGIS Hotfix Available

Abe announced the availability of hotfix 3 for zigGIS 2.0.5. From the announcement: Hotfix 3 fixes an issue that prevented point layers from being editable; it also includes all prior hotfixes. The hotfix is a free upgrade and is highly recommended for all users. Please go to http://pub.obtusesoft.com > My Order. After logging in you’ll … Continue reading “zigGIS Hotfix Available”

zigGIS 3.0 To Be Open-Source

Update: zigGIS has been discontinued. Abe officially announced today that the next major release of zigGIS, version 3.0, will return to open-source. This announcement was followed up with a message on the zigGIS Google Group. A snippet of that message is here: We have some exciting news. The next version of zigGIS will officially return … Continue reading “zigGIS 3.0 To Be Open-Source”

zigGIS Tweet and Greet

After being involved with zigGIS for a couple of years now, I’m excited that Paolo Corti is going to be visiting the States next week and that Abe and I will finally get to meet him (and vice versa). The three of us will be meeting at the Lolita Bar in New York City at … Continue reading “zigGIS Tweet and Greet”