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GeoNode Summit 2016

From November 28th to December 2nd developers, stakeholders and decision makers met at the GeoNode Summit in Rome. The Summit was organized by the UN World Food Program (WFP) and meetings were held at their headquarters. More than 50 people came from all around the world to discuss the state of the GeoNode development, future releases, new features and present their projects.

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Releasing GeoNode 2.4

A GeoNode new version has been released during the Fall 2015 Code Sprint held in parallel in New Orleans, LA, USA (hosted by Boundless) and in Turin, Italy (hosted by ITHACA).


GeoNode Fall 2015 Code Sprint

ITHACA is hosting the 2015 Fall GeoNode Code Sprint from November 17th to 20th in Turin, Italy while Boundless will be hosting New Orleans, LA, USA. Both locations will engage with each other on a daily basis as discussions will be organized around triaging tickets, documentation, and more.


GeoNode at ASITA 2015

Next Tuesday we will present the GeoNode Open Source project at the ASITA 2015 Conference. ASITA is the Italian Federation of Scientifc Associations for Territorial and Environmental Information. This year conference will be held in Lecco at the local Politecnico di Milano campus.

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GeoNode Developers Summit in Venice

From the 2nd to the 4th of February, users and developers sat together to release the final GeoNode version 2.4. The GeoNode Developers' Summit was split in two sites, one hosted by CNR ISMAR in Venice (Italy) and one hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy in Washington, D.C.

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GeoNode Code Sprint at WFP HQ in Rome

GeoNode core developers and administrators met at the World Food Programme Headquarters in Rome, Italy, from April 15th to 17th for a 3 days Code Sprint.

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ITHACA provides technical support and training to the World Bank and the Government of Malawi

In the framework of the partnership between the World Bank and the Government of Malawi for flood risk reduction in the Shire River Basin, ITHACA has been appointed technical consultant for the development and implementation of a web-based data sharing tool based on GeoNode (, the free and open-source software which is being used in a number of other OpenDRI projects in the region and around the world.

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GeoNode Roadmapping Summit and Sprint, February 2012

ITHACA was among the partners who met at Harvard University last 6 and 7 February for the GeoNode summit. The summit gathered many of the major GeoNode partners together with the aim to share a development roadmap and commit resources to it.