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    3636== News ==
    37  * July 2015 -- [wiki:Versions rasdaman 9.1] is released, with tons of improvements and new functionality
     37 * July 2015 -- following earlier prerelease, the stable version of [wiki:Versions rasdaman 9.1] is released now, with tons of improvements and new functionality
    3838 * June 2015 -- !OpenHub attests rasdaman a "large team, in the top 10% of all project teams on Open Hub"
    3939 * February 2015 -- Currently we are aware of 230 TB of rasdaman databases of atmosphere, ocean, land, and planetary science data. Let us know if you have another Big Data instance running!
    40  * December 2014 -- rasdaman 9.1 has been released, offering cool new features: new, dramatically faster communication protocol; builtin null / nodata value support; extended OGC support: WMS 1.3, WCS-T, overhauled WCPS, new sleek WCS client.
    41  * November 2014 -- the [https://plugins.qgis.org/plugins/QgsWcpsClient1/ rasdaman QGIS plugin] has been approved and can easily be installed straight from QGIS...yet another powerful platform supported by rasdaman, in addition to GDAL, !MapServer, and ERDAS Imagine.
    42  * November 2014 -- in the final review of EU project [http://www.earthserver.eu EarthServer] (which has substantially supported rasdaman community development!) reviewers were impressed by all the achievements; among others, at the premises of the European Space Agency (ESA) a '''132 Terabyte rasdaman space/time database''' was built.
    43  * October 2014 -- [https://www.openhub.net/p/rasdaman/estimated_cost ohloh reports] that the rasdaman codebase now is worth more than 7 million US$. wow.
    44  * September 2014 -- rasdaman is [http://www.copernicus-masters.com/index.php?kat=winners.html&anzeige=winner_t-systems2014.html winner of the Big Data Challenge] of the international [http://www.copernicus-masters.com/index.php?anzeige=home.html Copernicus Masters competition].
    45  * June 2014 -- ISO SC32 WG3 (the SQL maintenance group) has agreed to establish an '''array extension to SQL''', called MDA ("Multi-Dimensional Arrays"), based on the practice proven concepts of rasdaman.
    46  * March 2014 -- version 9.0.1 has been released improving some issues observed during large-scale migration ([wiki:Versions#Version9.0.x release notes]).
    47  * February 23, 2014 -- rasdaman 9.0 has been officially released, see [wiki:Versions#Version9.0.x full release notes].
    48  * January 2014 -- several more specifications crafted by the rasdaman team get adopted as official standards: WCS Scaling Extension, WCS Interpolation Extension, WCS Earth Observation Application Profile.
    49  * December 16, 2013 -- the WCS Range Subsetting Extension, crafted by the rasdaman team, gets adopted as official OGC standard.
    50  * '''December 06, 2013 -- rasdaman is OGC's official Reference Implementation for WCS Core''':
    51    [[BR]][[BR]][[Image(rasdaman-wcs-core-RI.png, width=600)]][[BR]][[BR]]
    52  * April 11, 2013 -- rasdaman PI Peter Baumann gives keynote lecture "Data, Metadata - Who Cares?" at [http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2013/sessionprogramme/KL EGU General Assembly], Vienna
    53  * January 07, 2013 -- rasdaman becomes [http://geossregistries.info/geosspub/resource_details.jsp?compId=urn:geoss:csr:resource:urn:uuid:28063c64-b187-9336-8cf2-d01bead9304b GEOSS component]
    5440 * [wiki:News more news...]
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