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Geography Markup Language (GML) 3.3 is now out for public comment. Not to say that this isn’t exciting on its own merits, but there’s an incredibly new feature in it — compact encodings! Clause 7 (page 16 in the PDF) … Continue reading
Many people have asked me about software that supports GML 3.2. This version of GML is pretty new, but it’s probably the most important version of GML since it’s the one that has become the ISO standard for geographic encoding … Continue reading
In the OGC Mass Market Geo Working Group meeting yesterday, I presented the preliminary findings of the group brainstorming about the future of KML in the OWS-5 testbed. Most of what was discussed isn’t ready for prime time, so I’ll … Continue reading
See my post on the GeoRSS blog. Hope someone can help out.