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Thank You for coming!
Thank You to our
Speakers
Thanks to our sponsors
Thanks to Ross
@mixedbredie
Did you enjoy your
lunch?
Do you enjoy using
QGIS?
Symbology
Feature: Color picker is now embedded in layer style panel
This feature was funded by North Road
This feature wa...
If QGIS doesn’t do what
you want it to do then
consider funding a change?
We’ll all benefit from it just as you benefit fr...
Want to know where to
start?
http://bit.ly/QGIS_Change
Enough, let’s all go have a
beer!
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QGIS UK Thank you for coming

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Tom Armitage closes the 6th QGIS UK Scottish user group meeting in Edinburgh. He thanks the speakers and the sponsors - thinkWhere, Ordnance survey, Angus Council, Cawdor Forestry, eeGeo and geoEDINA.

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QGIS UK Thank you for coming

  1. 1. Thank You for coming!
  2. 2. Thank You to our Speakers
  3. 3. Thanks to our sponsors
  4. 4. Thanks to Ross @mixedbredie
  5. 5. Did you enjoy your lunch?
  6. 6. Do you enjoy using QGIS?
  7. 7. Symbology Feature: Color picker is now embedded in layer style panel This feature was funded by North Road This feature was developed by Nyall Dawson (North Road) Labelling Feature: Substitution list support for labelling This feature was funded by North Road This feature was developed by Nyall Dawson (North Road) Feature: Improved line label placement algorithm This feature was funded by Andreas Neumann This feature was developed by Nyall Dawson (North Road) Feature: Label polygons using curved labels along perimeter This feature was funded by North Road This feature was developed by Nyall Dawson (North Road) http://changelog.qgis.org/en/qgis/version/2.18.0/ If you’re wondering why the 2.18 changelog is shorter than usual it’s because all the really cool stuff is in 3.0! (Nyall Dawson, North Road GIS)
  8. 8. If QGIS doesn’t do what you want it to do then consider funding a change? We’ll all benefit from it just as you benefit from the changes other people fund!
  9. 9. Want to know where to start? http://bit.ly/QGIS_Change
  10. 10. Enough, let’s all go have a beer! © OpenStreetMap contributors

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