For the past few months, the GeoServer team has been working behind the scenes on rebranding GeoServer. Historically, GeoServer hasn’t had a very strong visual identity, but there has been significant interest as of late, especially as talk of the new GeoServer UI has entered alpha status. So, ace stylers Andy Cochran and Chris Patterson worked their design magic and came up with a new icon, logo, and color scheme. So now we officially unveil the new look of geoserver.org (and this blog)! This was an iterative process, and the materials benefited from community involvement (specifically the icon, which now happily manages to squeeze in all continents). Elements of this design will eventually be incorporated into GeoServer itself. We also have a website which contains icons and logos available for download. We hope you like the new look as much as we do.
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- GeoServer repository transition to main branch
- FOSS4G 2018 GeoServer Developers Workshop
- GeoServer at FOSS4G 2017 Boston
- REST API Code Sprint Prep
- Nov 18th Bug Stomp
- Online GeoServer Bug Stomp - July 2016 Results
- Online GeoServer Bug Stomp
- GeoServer Explorer Plugin for QGIS
- New repository and release delay
- GeoServer FOSS4G 2015 Activities