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Happy new year!

Thank you for a great 2014! It’s been a pleasure to see the open source GIS community grow and experience what we can create together. It’s great to see the interest for open source GIS all over the world:

In total, this blog has been visitied from 216 countries. Most visitors came from The United States. Germany & France were not far behind.

In total, this blog has been visitied from 216 countries. Most visitors came from The United States. Germany & France were not far behind.

Since my first post in 2010, the development of this blog has exceeded all expectations I might have had by far. For 2014, the WordPress blog view counter shows a staggering 330,000 views or over 900 views per day.

In case you were wondering, the most popular posts of 2014 were:

  1. 3D Viz with QGIS & three.js
  2. A guide to GoogleMaps-like maps with OSM in QGIS
  3. A QGIS 2.2 preview
  4. Getting started writing QGIS 2.x plugins
  5. and Toner-lite styles for QGIS

Thank you, your feedback has been a continuous source of motivation. All the best for 2015!

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5 comments
  1. Howard Yamaguchi said:

    Thank you, Anita, for your contributions to the QGIS and FOSS4G community !!!

  2. Ahmet said:

    Anita !!! Thank you for your self sacrifices about open source GIS.

  3. Anita, thanks for your support and share of knowledge in 2014. No doubt we’ll keep following you this year!
    Happy new year!

  4. Gideon said:

    Hey Anita, thank you for all the inspiring input! One question: Why do did you add the World Bank logo in the background of the map?

    • Hi Gideon,
      The map is just a screenshot of the WordPress yearly report. I honestly don’t know why the added something similar to the World Bank logo to the background.

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