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MapTools is a resource for users and developers in the open source mapping community, and a home to many open source projects. The projects that are hosted here offer essential services including: latest downloads, CVS repositories for source code, bug lists, community mailing lists, and project documentation.


https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuGIS is the wiki page about Ubuntu and GIS.
This page is where we coordinate the packaging of Geospatial Open Source Software for Ubuntu. Much of this work is done for us by the DebianGIS team, as packages from Debian are automatically copied into Ubuntu during the release cycle. If you want to package your GIS software for multiple releases, you might want to start with DebianGIS.

This team is dedicated to keeping Ubuntu up to date with a suite of the best Geospatial Open Source Software.


This is the web site, wiki and issue tracking database for the OSGeo4W project. OSGeo4W is a binary distribution of a broad set of open source geospatial software for Win32 environments (Windows XP, Vista, etc). OSGeo4W includes  GDAL/OGR,  GRASS, MapServer,  OpenEV,  uDig,  QGIS as well as many other packages (about 150 as of fall 2009).


The GIS project is an initiative to package GIS related software, to make Fedora and EPEL attractive platforms for you GIS needs.

Fedora GIS activists hang out in #fedora-gis channel.


The goal of the DebianGis project is about improving Debian to make it the best distribution for Geographical Information Systems applications and users. A good deal of GIS related softwares and libraries (e.g. GRASS GIS, GDAL, and PROJ.4) are already present in Debian.