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  • GNOME Maps Is Already Making Progress Via Outreachy
  • Work starts to continue

    It’s almost the new year, so I’m pleased to have series of patches ready for review that implement an important part of the UI needed for my Outreachy project. As soon as the patches get reviewed (and touched up), you’ll be able to manage the display of GeoJSON overlay files straight from the UI! Next up is the meat of my project: adding support for KML overlay files.

  • Maps and Outreachy

    Outreachy is the successor of the Outreach Program for Women (OPW). OPW was inspired by Google Summer of Code and by how few women applied for it.

    The program was renamed to Outreachy with the goal of expanding to engage people from various underrepresented groups and was moved to Software Freedom Conservancy as its organizational home.

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