Very interesting. I have a few comments. Where would go If I wanted to
encourage more the development of the the new raster calculator for qgis 3 (one
that is multithreaded, GPU enabled and huge raster ready)? This is a real game
stopper for using qgis with Lidar data. I have help with the bugs but can I
I see that lots of stuff below is moved to the processing plugin. I have been
continually having problems with this in a multiple user environment where I am
stuck deleting the processing plugin folder for every user in a machine every
time I do an install. That means that if 6 users have use a single machine, I
need to delete the processing folder 6 times as more often then not, I end up
with old and new versions of the processing algorithms on the same computer.
Are you planing to change this or to have some kind of version checker when a
users run Qgis after an update?
It also would be nice to do QGIS update from within QGIS and the option to
export QGIS to a USB key (without having to change a big bunch of variables).
That would make it easier for I user that do not have admin rights.
> Le 7 nov. 2016 à 20:24, Nyall Dawson [via OSGeo.org]
> <ml-node+s1560n5294735...@n6.nabble.com> a écrit :
> Hi all,
> Discussion is currently underway concerning the future of a number of
> the plugins which come preinstalled with QGIS.
> This concerns the plugins:
> - coordinate capture
> - evis
> - geometry_checker
> - georeferencer
> - heatmap
> - interpolation
> - offline editing
> - oracle raster
> - raster terrain analysis
> - road graph
> - spatial query
> - topology checker
> If you're an active user of any of these plugins, your feedback would
> be greatly appreciated. You can join the discussion over at:
> Note that a number of preinstalled plugins have already been removed
> in 3.0 - specifically:
> - geometry snapper: was generalised to work with all layer types and
> moved to a processing algorithm
> - zonal statistics: was moved to a processing algorithm
> - dxf2shp converter: was removed from QGIS - this conversion is better
> handled outside of QGIS, eg by using OGR tools directly.
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