Happy new year!
and thank you for a great 2013!
It has been a very busy year between writing my first book, going to FOSS4G, writing my first journal article and continuing to write this blog. The blog view counter shows a staggering 310,000 views for 2013.
The most popular posts of 2013 were:
- pgRouting 2.0 for Windows quick guide
- Vintage map design using QGIS
- Group Stats tutorial
- the Print Composer 2.0 series
- and Public transport isochrones with pgRouting
All the best for 2014!
Happy new year
Please keep up the good work, Anita!
I bought your book on QGIS and really liked it. What’s next for 2014? I would love to see a book or online tutorial on how to write plugins for QGIS from you!
–data scientist from Switzerland
Thanks for your support! A guide for development using the QGIS Python API by Gary Sherman should be out soon: http://locatepress.com/ppg
Thanks for the pointer. I got that book (pre-release) as well.
Also, I would like to contribute to your Time Manager plugin. I would like to add support for timestamps (the number of seconds or milliseconds past the epoch) because I use this time format at work a lot. And then one could easily adjust the time zone with the offset in seconds. Is there any reason only text formats are supported in Time Manager? I would like to undertake the project of parsing timestamps and possible add timezone support (issue #33). I have a lot of experience with the intricacies of python date format. My email is email@example.com and I have a github. Should I fork? How do I contribute?
Great! Please go ahead and fork. I would appreciate your input.