Sept 20, 2013 - QGIS is a user friendly Open Source Geographic Information System that runs on Linux, Unix, Mac OSX, and Windows.
We are very pleased to announce the release of QGIS 2.0.1 "Dufour". This release contains new features and extends the programmatic interface over QGIS the 1.x release series. Binary and source code packages are available via the large download link on our home page.
If there is not yet a package for your platform on the above page, please check back regularly as packagers are still pushing out their work and they will update the download page to reflect the new packages. Along with the release of QGIS 2.0.1, the QGIS Community Team is hard at work on an updated QGIS Users' Guide version 2.0.1. The guide will be available in the near future - we will post announcements when it is available.
We are also pleased to announce our new web site is now available at http://qgis.org - and we thankBoundless for sponsoring web developer time to make the new web site look beautiful, and our web team for the awesome job they have done.
A word of thanks to our contributors, donors and sponsors
QGIS is a largely volunteer driven project, and is the work of a dedicated team of developers, documenters and supporters. We extend our thanks and gratitude for the many, many hours people have contributed to make this release happen. Many companies and organisations contribute back improvements to QGIS when they use it as their platform, and we are grateful for this and encourage others to do the same! We would also like to thank our sponsors and donors for helping to promote our work through their financial contributions. Our current sponsors are (QGIS Sponsorship is valid for one year):
Asia Air Survey
State of Vorarlberg
A special thanks also to the QGIS User Group Switzerland for co-funding bug fixing activities in the lead up to the release!
A current list of donors who have made contributions large and small to the project can be seen here.
If you would like to make a donation or sponsor our project, please visit the sponsorship page
QGIS is Free software and you are under no obligation to do so. Sponsoring QGIS helps us to fund our six monthly developer meetings, maintain project infrastructure and fund bug fixing efforts.
Visual tour of the new release:
You can find a list of highlighted changes and new features listed on the detailed release announcement.
Give us your feedback:
We welcome your feedback - please visit our issue tracker if you encounter an issue with the new release.
Please consult the existing issues there before lodging any new ones.
The QGIS Team