3 Reasons to Move Your QGIS Plugins to the New Repository
- Since the release of QGIS 1.8, Plugin Installer no longer includes the “add 3rd party repositories” button. This was an intentional design choice!
- The new official plugin repository at plugins.qgis.org keeps everything in one place making it easier for users to find documentation and report issues. It will also provide many long-wanted features such as a rating system for plugins. You can already sort by number of downloads to discover the most popular plugins.
- Last but not least: New users will not be able to discover your plugin if it is not in the repository.
Go ahead to plugins.qgis.org and upload your plugin now!
And if you don’t, please let us know why: if there are issues, we’ll solve them.
Can you tell me if there is a QGIS plugin for Web?
Please be more specific about what you are looking for.
is there any geography plugin which uses koeppen climatic classification where we can enter temperature and rainfall and get desired output
I don’t know of such a plugin.
A couple of my must-haves still haven’t made it over:
· Luiz Motta’s Zip Layers — http://pyqgis.org/repo/contributed
· Barry Rowlingson’s plugins, especially clickfu — http://www.maths.lancs.ac.uk/~rowlings/Qgis/Plugins/plugins.xml
I recommend contacting the author and/or the QGIS mailing list to find out if somebody is working on it or if there are other plugins addressing the same issues.