CKAN release 1.5.1 is now available. A major new feature is supporting running background tasks, which we will be using for downloading the data for each catalogued dataset. This will allow us to more easily preview it, search within it, and provide an API too. Also included is a security fix that affected just the CKAN […]
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CKAN 1.5 finally got released on Wednesday and the dev team is very pleased! Lots of new features released: see the announcement http://ckan.org/2011/11/09/ckan-1-5-release/ It is great to also release an Ubuntu package, which we’ve already used to deploy eight CKAN servers. Mozfest hit London last weekend, with three of the team there as a “Human API” for […]
We’re proud to announce a major new release of CKAN! 1.5 represents a big step forward since our last major release in May. Alongside our usual PyPI release, we are now also releasing regular Ubuntu 10.04 packages, for easy installation. So now it’s (almost) as simple as “apt-get install ckan” and “ckan-create-instance” Here are the […]
Latest CKAN news for the past two weeks: OGD Camp in Warsaw – it was great to meet face-to-face with lots of our partners and friends in the open data ecosystem last week. Exciting too to meet new faces at the CKAN workshops. We heard lots of really positive mentions, encouragement and challenges. Blog post: http://ckan.org/2011/10/28/warsaw-and-the-odgcamp-ckan-presentation/ […]
Geo-spatial features are now surfacing in CKAN! Two weeks ago Adria announced the new ‘spatial’ property for datasets. This allows you to associate a dataset with a place on a map – a point, or a polygon. CKAN uses PostGIS to store the spatial property, so you can do a spatial search of datasets. […]
There’s lots going on in the CKAN world. Here’s the news from the last couple of weeks plus a selection of new datasets that have gone up at theDataHub.org. CKAN’s language support is massively boosted, thanks to the work of supporters worldwide. Newly accessible in Polish, Swedish, Portuguese, Russian and Catalan, CKAN is now accessible […]
Here’s a taste of what’s been going on this week with CKAN: The CKAN development team made a splash at PyCon UK in Coventry, giving a talk, meeting other Python developers and doing a CKAN code sprint focussing on a couple of cool features mentioned below. Following a community conference call last week on how […]
There is ever-growing activity with CKAN and we thought we’d give a flavour of what’s been going on. Recently: On our general e-mail list ckan-discuss there’s been some interesting discussions about: providing Debian packages for distributing data firing up a CKAN quickly for a disaster recovery situation using CKAN’s faceted search to find datasets with SPARQL […]
Today we released a new version of CKAN (1.4.3) which covers a good number of bug fixes, speed ups and some new features. The release is on PyPI and source is at BitBucket. For example, now you can view a dataset as it was in CKAN at a past date or revision using an @ […]
Today we released CKAN 1.4.2 to PyPI, which includes support in the model for edit moderation (which is used by this CKAN extension) and a password reset facility. There are also a number of minor features and bugfixes we covered in the five weeks since the previous release. CKAN v1.4.2 2011-08-05 Major: Packages revisions can […]
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