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  1. Python script to dump the content of a .gdbtable

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  2. Expose a GDAL file as a HTTP accessible on-the-fly COG

    Python 73 5

  3. Cloud Optimized GeoTIFF validation service

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  5. gdal Public

    Forked from OSGeo/gdal

    GDAL is an open source X/MIT licensed translator library for raster and vector geospatial data formats

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  6. QGIS Public

    Forked from qgis/QGIS

    QGIS is a free, open source, cross platform (lin/win/mac) geographical information system (GIS)

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December 2022

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in OSGeo/gdal that received 3 comments

OAPIF: implement Part 2 / CRS extension, and related enhancements

OAPIF: add support for OGC API Features - Part 2 CRS extension storageCrs when found is used to set the layer CRS, express the spatial extent in …

+1,815 −237 3 comments
Opened 30 other pull requests in 5 repositories
OSGeo/gdal 22 merged 1 open
OSGeo/PROJ 4 merged
qgis/QGIS 1 open
pyproj4/pyproj 1 open
opengeospatial/geoparquet 1 merged

Created an issue in opengeospatial/CRS-Gridded-Geodetic-data-eXchange-Format that received 5 comments

Dealing with NADCON5 geographic3dOffsets grids whose resolution for ellipsoidal height difference is != lat and lon

Just looking at NADCON5 grids, I've found that some of those grids have a different resolution for the ellipsoidal height difference than for the l…

5 comments
Opened 3 other issues in 2 repositories

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