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Nyall Dawson
Hi all,

I just trawled through the git commit log and copied all the new
features I could find to the visual changelog for 2.6. I've done it
very roughly, mostly just bullet points (that's all I've got time for
at the moment), so it would be appreciated if someone could flesh out
these entries and add screenshots, etc.

Some notes:
- Sorry if I've missed any features - it's kind of hard to tell from a
commit sometimes exactly what was added/changed
- I've left off all processing related commits as there was just too
many of them to check through. Hopefully someone more familiar with
processing can add these.
- I ran into a bug with the changelog site were there's a fixed limit
to the number of "pending" entries shown. So I had to approve a bunch
of unfinished entries to be able to properly edit these missing
pending entries. Sorry if this makes things harder to review, I had no
choice...

The new features list is HUGE. Nice work everyone :)

Nyall
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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

volaya
For Processing, I would say that the most relevant change is the new modeler, which has been completely rewritten. Not something that the user might really notice (although there are some visual changes and new features), but it's a big change, and I guess it's good to let people now that it's a new modeler, in case there are things that are broken or don't work, so they report them.

Let me know if you want me to write a more detailed description, create screenshots or whatever

2014-09-28 12:55 GMT+02:00 Nyall Dawson <[hidden email]>:
Hi all,

I just trawled through the git commit log and copied all the new
features I could find to the visual changelog for 2.6. I've done it
very roughly, mostly just bullet points (that's all I've got time for
at the moment), so it would be appreciated if someone could flesh out
these entries and add screenshots, etc.

Some notes:
- Sorry if I've missed any features - it's kind of hard to tell from a
commit sometimes exactly what was added/changed
- I've left off all processing related commits as there was just too
many of them to check through. Hopefully someone more familiar with
processing can add these.
- I ran into a bug with the changelog site were there's a fixed limit
to the number of "pending" entries shown. So I had to approve a bunch
of unfinished entries to be able to properly edit these missing
pending entries. Sorry if this makes things harder to review, I had no
choice...

The new features list is HUGE. Nice work everyone :)

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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

Matthias Kuhn
Hi Victor,

I think a change big like that absolutely justifies an entry. Visual changelog is probably not meant as "visible changes" but "visually enhanced changelog".
It would be great if you could write a couple of lines about the main enhancements and the reasons for this change.

Thanks alot
Matthias

On 09/28/2014 01:46 PM, Victor Olaya wrote:
For Processing, I would say that the most relevant change is the new modeler, which has been completely rewritten. Not something that the user might really notice (although there are some visual changes and new features), but it's a big change, and I guess it's good to let people now that it's a new modeler, in case there are things that are broken or don't work, so they report them.

Let me know if you want me to write a more detailed description, create screenshots or whatever

2014-09-28 12:55 GMT+02:00 Nyall Dawson <[hidden email]>:
Hi all,

I just trawled through the git commit log and copied all the new
features I could find to the visual changelog for 2.6. I've done it
very roughly, mostly just bullet points (that's all I've got time for
at the moment), so it would be appreciated if someone could flesh out
these entries and add screenshots, etc.

Some notes:
- Sorry if I've missed any features - it's kind of hard to tell from a
commit sometimes exactly what was added/changed
- I've left off all processing related commits as there was just too
many of them to check through. Hopefully someone more familiar with
processing can add these.
- I ran into a bug with the changelog site were there's a fixed limit
to the number of "pending" entries shown. So I had to approve a bunch
of unfinished entries to be able to properly edit these missing
pending entries. Sorry if this makes things harder to review, I had no
choice...

The new features list is HUGE. Nice work everyone :)

Nyall
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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

3nids
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Hi Nyall,

 From what I see, it misses two features:

* Enhanced identify menu with single feature selection and the
possibility of triggering feature actions directly

* Relations: possibility of selecting related features on the map

I can make some pictures for this.

Best wishes

Denis


On 28.09.2014 12:55, Nyall Dawson wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I just trawled through the git commit log and copied all the new
> features I could find to the visual changelog for 2.6. I've done it
> very roughly, mostly just bullet points (that's all I've got time for
> at the moment), so it would be appreciated if someone could flesh out
> these entries and add screenshots, etc.
>
> Some notes:
> - Sorry if I've missed any features - it's kind of hard to tell from a
> commit sometimes exactly what was added/changed
> - I've left off all processing related commits as there was just too
> many of them to check through. Hopefully someone more familiar with
> processing can add these.
> - I ran into a bug with the changelog site were there's a fixed limit
> to the number of "pending" entries shown. So I had to approve a bunch
> of unfinished entries to be able to properly edit these missing
> pending entries. Sorry if this makes things harder to review, I had no
> choice...
>
> The new features list is HUGE. Nice work everyone :)
>
> Nyall
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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

volaya
Hi Nyall

Sorry for the late reply. In case you want to add the changes in Processing, the most important ones are.

- New modeler. The modeler has been rewritten, and now provides extra functionality such as allowing nested models with no depth limit. Models are now stored as JSON files. Backwards compatibility is kept, so all models can still be used.
-On-line collection of models and scripts. Models and scripts can be downloaded from the online collection and installed directly from the Processing interface. The collection will be expanded with new scripts and models provided by Processing users.

Let me know if you need something else.

Cheers

2014-09-29 7:58 GMT+02:00 Denis Rouzaud <[hidden email]>:
Hi Nyall,

From what I see, it misses two features:

* Enhanced identify menu with single feature selection and the possibility of triggering feature actions directly

* Relations: possibility of selecting related features on the map

I can make some pictures for this.

Best wishes

Denis



On 28.09.2014 12:55, Nyall Dawson wrote:
Hi all,

I just trawled through the git commit log and copied all the new
features I could find to the visual changelog for 2.6. I've done it
very roughly, mostly just bullet points (that's all I've got time for
at the moment), so it would be appreciated if someone could flesh out
these entries and add screenshots, etc.

Some notes:
- Sorry if I've missed any features - it's kind of hard to tell from a
commit sometimes exactly what was added/changed
- I've left off all processing related commits as there was just too
many of them to check through. Hopefully someone more familiar with
processing can add these.
- I ran into a bug with the changelog site were there's a fixed limit
to the number of "pending" entries shown. So I had to approve a bunch
of unfinished entries to be able to properly edit these missing
pending entries. Sorry if this makes things harder to review, I had no
choice...

The new features list is HUGE. Nice work everyone :)

Nyall
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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

Anita Graser
On Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 8:27 AM, Victor Olaya <[hidden email]> wrote:
> -On-line collection of models and scripts. Models and scripts can be
> downloaded from the online collection and installed directly from the
> Processing interface. The collection will be expanded with new scripts and
> models provided by Processing users.

Hi Victor,
Can you provide the link to the collection? Are there instructions in
place that tell users how to share scripts/models?
Best wishes
Anita
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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

Richard Duivenvoorde
On 06-10-14 09:04, Anita Graser wrote:

> On Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 8:27 AM, Victor Olaya <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> -On-line collection of models and scripts. Models and scripts can be
>> downloaded from the online collection and installed directly from the
>> Processing interface. The collection will be expanded with new scripts and
>> models provided by Processing users.
>
> Hi Victor,
> Can you provide the link to the collection? Are there instructions in
> place that tell users how to share scripts/models?
> Best wishes
> Anita

Or preferably a link to a documentation section and some sexy
screendumps so we will have a shiny changelog like
http://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/visualchangelog240/index.html
again :-)

TIA,

Richard Duivenvoorde

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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

Richard Duivenvoorde

Hi Victor,

looking at:

http://docs.qgis.org/testing/en/docs/user_manual/processing/scripts.html#example-scripts

I do not see something yet about the online collection? Are you able to
write about this? Or should it be on the documentation list? It's not
yet listed on

http://hub.qgis.org/wiki/quantum-gis/ManualTasks#Updates-QGIS-24-and-26-User-Guide

Regards,

Richard

On 07-10-14 08:23, Victor Olaya wrote:

> The repo with the processing scripts and models is at
>
> https://github.com/qgis/QGIS-Processing
>
> The documentation section is
> at http://docs.qgis.org/testing/en/docs/user_manual/processing/scripts.html#example-scripts
>
> Attached you can find a screenshot with the script manager
>
> Cheers
>
> 2014-10-06 9:14 GMT+02:00 Richard Duivenvoorde <[hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>>:
>
>     On 06-10-14 09:04, Anita Graser wrote:
>     > On Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 8:27 AM, Victor Olaya <[hidden email]
>     <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>     >> -On-line collection of models and scripts. Models and scripts can be
>     >> downloaded from the online collection and installed directly from the
>     >> Processing interface. The collection will be expanded with new
>     scripts and
>     >> models provided by Processing users.
>     >
>     > Hi Victor,
>     > Can you provide the link to the collection? Are there instructions in
>     > place that tell users how to share scripts/models?
>     > Best wishes
>     > Anita
>
>     Or preferably a link to a documentation section and some sexy
>     screendumps so we will have a shiny changelog like
>     http://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/visualchangelog240/index.html
>     again :-)
>
>     TIA,
>
>     Richard Duivenvoorde
>
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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

volaya


http://docs.qgis.org/testing/en/docs/user_manual/processing/scripts.html#example-scripts

I do not see something yet about the online collection? Are you able to
write about this? Or should it be on the documentation list? It's not
yet listed on

hmm, the "Example scripts" section contains a description of the online collection. Maybe i should extend it and add more screenshots in there...

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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

3nids
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I am a bit lost with changelogs.

Nyall, is your changelog the same as Tim's one [0] or is there one on
QGIS website?

Were the features listed above added to it?

Best wishes,

Denis

[0] http://changelog.linfiniti.com/qgis/version/2.6.0/

On 29.09.2014 07:58, Denis Rouzaud wrote:

> Hi Nyall,
>
> From what I see, it misses two features:
>
> * Enhanced identify menu with single feature selection and the
> possibility of triggering feature actions directly
>
> * Relations: possibility of selecting related features on the map
>
> I can make some pictures for this.
>
> Best wishes
>
> Denis
>
>
> On 28.09.2014 12:55, Nyall Dawson wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I just trawled through the git commit log and copied all the new
>> features I could find to the visual changelog for 2.6. I've done it
>> very roughly, mostly just bullet points (that's all I've got time for
>> at the moment), so it would be appreciated if someone could flesh out
>> these entries and add screenshots, etc.
>>
>> Some notes:
>> - Sorry if I've missed any features - it's kind of hard to tell from a
>> commit sometimes exactly what was added/changed
>> - I've left off all processing related commits as there was just too
>> many of them to check through. Hopefully someone more familiar with
>> processing can add these.
>> - I ran into a bug with the changelog site were there's a fixed limit
>> to the number of "pending" entries shown. So I had to approve a bunch
>> of unfinished entries to be able to properly edit these missing
>> pending entries. Sorry if this makes things harder to review, I had no
>> choice...
>>
>> The new features list is HUGE. Nice work everyone :)
>>
>> Nyall
>> _______________________________________________
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>> [hidden email]
>> http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-developer
>

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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

Nathan Woodrow
Hey Denis,

Nyall is talking about Tim's changelog site.

- Nathan

On Tue, Oct 14, 2014 at 7:58 PM, Denis Rouzaud <[hidden email]> wrote:
I am a bit lost with changelogs.

Nyall, is your changelog the same as Tim's one [0] or is there one on QGIS website?

Were the features listed above added to it?

Best wishes,

Denis

[0] http://changelog.linfiniti.com/qgis/version/2.6.0/


On 29.09.2014 07:58, Denis Rouzaud wrote:
Hi Nyall,

From what I see, it misses two features:

* Enhanced identify menu with single feature selection and the possibility of triggering feature actions directly

* Relations: possibility of selecting related features on the map

I can make some pictures for this.

Best wishes

Denis


On 28.09.2014 12:55, Nyall Dawson wrote:
Hi all,

I just trawled through the git commit log and copied all the new
features I could find to the visual changelog for 2.6. I've done it
very roughly, mostly just bullet points (that's all I've got time for
at the moment), so it would be appreciated if someone could flesh out
these entries and add screenshots, etc.

Some notes:
- Sorry if I've missed any features - it's kind of hard to tell from a
commit sometimes exactly what was added/changed
- I've left off all processing related commits as there was just too
many of them to check through. Hopefully someone more familiar with
processing can add these.
- I ran into a bug with the changelog site were there's a fixed limit
to the number of "pending" entries shown. So I had to approve a bunch
of unfinished entries to be able to properly edit these missing
pending entries. Sorry if this makes things harder to review, I had no
choice...

The new features list is HUGE. Nice work everyone :)

Nyall
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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

Matthias Kuhn
Hi,

What is the best way to provide information to this changelog?

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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

Nyall Dawson
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On 14 October 2014 20:58, Denis Rouzaud <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I am a bit lost with changelogs.
>
> Nyall, is your changelog the same as Tim's one [0] or is there one on QGIS
> website?
>
> Were the features listed above added to it?
>

I'm referring to Tim's one. To clarify, all I did was trawl the git
log and copy features which I think were worthy of inclusion. I
haven't written them up nicely or generated screenshots, so someone
will need to edit and reword the entries prior to release.
Unfortunately I don't have time to tackle this - I think I'm better to
stick to bug fixing and leave the wording to someone else :)

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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

Richard Duivenvoorde
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Hi Denis:

http://changelog.linfiniti.com/qgis/version/2.6.0/

is actually this application:

https://github.com/kartoza/projecta

So if you have features you want to add, please do and also upload
screenshots etc.

There is the notion of approving 'feature entries', so different users
have different roles.


Tim managed the earlier versions, by rewriting text and asking people
for better screenshots or additional information etc.
Not sure if he is available now, if not it would be nice if somebody
else takes this job.

When the changelog is final, we can get a rst version of it whichi is
then used to pull a copy into the website and become a translatable
source like eg:

http://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/visualchangelog240/

I cc Tim to ask if he is available for this or not.

Regards,

Richard Duivenvoorde




On 14-10-14 11:58, Denis Rouzaud wrote:

> I am a bit lost with changelogs.
>
> Nyall, is your changelog the same as Tim's one [0] or is there one on
> QGIS website?
>
> Were the features listed above added to it?
>
> Best wishes,
>
> Denis
>
> [0] http://changelog.linfiniti.com/qgis/version/2.6.0/
>
> On 29.09.2014 07:58, Denis Rouzaud wrote:
>> Hi Nyall,
>>
>> From what I see, it misses two features:
>>
>> * Enhanced identify menu with single feature selection and the
>> possibility of triggering feature actions directly
>>
>> * Relations: possibility of selecting related features on the map
>>
>> I can make some pictures for this.
>>
>> Best wishes
>>
>> Denis
>>
>>
>> On 28.09.2014 12:55, Nyall Dawson wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> I just trawled through the git commit log and copied all the new
>>> features I could find to the visual changelog for 2.6. I've done it
>>> very roughly, mostly just bullet points (that's all I've got time for
>>> at the moment), so it would be appreciated if someone could flesh out
>>> these entries and add screenshots, etc.
>>>
>>> Some notes:
>>> - Sorry if I've missed any features - it's kind of hard to tell from a
>>> commit sometimes exactly what was added/changed
>>> - I've left off all processing related commits as there was just too
>>> many of them to check through. Hopefully someone more familiar with
>>> processing can add these.
>>> - I ran into a bug with the changelog site were there's a fixed limit
>>> to the number of "pending" entries shown. So I had to approve a bunch
>>> of unfinished entries to be able to properly edit these missing
>>> pending entries. Sorry if this makes things harder to review, I had no
>>> choice...
>>>
>>> The new features list is HUGE. Nice work everyone :)
>>>
>>> Nyall
>>> _______________________________________________
>>> Qgis-developer mailing list
>>> [hidden email]
>>> http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-developer
>>
>
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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

Tim Sutton-6
Hi all

My apologies for my slow reply.

On Tue, Oct 14, 2014 at 1:19 PM, Richard Duivenvoorde <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Denis:

http://changelog.linfiniti.com/qgis/version/2.6.0/

And one of these days I will deply a QGIS branded one on qgis.org I promise...
 


is actually this application:

https://github.com/kartoza/projecta

So if you have features you want to add, please do and also upload
screenshots etc.

There is the notion of approving 'feature entries', so different users
have different roles.


Tim managed the earlier versions, by rewriting text and asking people
for better screenshots or additional information etc.
Not sure if he is available now, if not it would be nice if somebody
else takes this job.

Yes I plan to review everything in the changelog over the coming weekend. As usual just stub in your ideas as entries in the 2.6 changelog or send me an email if you can't manage the website with any entries to add and I will review everything to get the writing style consistent, add screenshots where needed etc.
 

When the changelog is final, we can get a rst version of it whichi is
then used to pull a copy into the website and become a translatable
source like eg:

http://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/visualchangelog240/

I cc Tim to ask if he is available for this or not.

Yes I am. And thanks Richard for making the nice explanation of the process and thanks to Nyall and others who have been helping to populate it.

Regards

Tim
 

Regards,

Richard Duivenvoorde




On 14-10-14 11:58, Denis Rouzaud wrote:
> I am a bit lost with changelogs.
>
> Nyall, is your changelog the same as Tim's one [0] or is there one on
> QGIS website?
>
> Were the features listed above added to it?
>
> Best wishes,
>
> Denis
>
> [0] http://changelog.linfiniti.com/qgis/version/2.6.0/
>
> On 29.09.2014 07:58, Denis Rouzaud wrote:
>> Hi Nyall,
>>
>> From what I see, it misses two features:
>>
>> * Enhanced identify menu with single feature selection and the
>> possibility of triggering feature actions directly
>>
>> * Relations: possibility of selecting related features on the map
>>
>> I can make some pictures for this.
>>
>> Best wishes
>>
>> Denis
>>
>>
>> On 28.09.2014 12:55, Nyall Dawson wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> I just trawled through the git commit log and copied all the new
>>> features I could find to the visual changelog for 2.6. I've done it
>>> very roughly, mostly just bullet points (that's all I've got time for
>>> at the moment), so it would be appreciated if someone could flesh out
>>> these entries and add screenshots, etc.
>>>
>>> Some notes:
>>> - Sorry if I've missed any features - it's kind of hard to tell from a
>>> commit sometimes exactly what was added/changed
>>> - I've left off all processing related commits as there was just too
>>> many of them to check through. Hopefully someone more familiar with
>>> processing can add these.
>>> - I ran into a bug with the changelog site were there's a fixed limit
>>> to the number of "pending" entries shown. So I had to approve a bunch
>>> of unfinished entries to be able to properly edit these missing
>>> pending entries. Sorry if this makes things harder to review, I had no
>>> choice...
>>>
>>> The new features list is HUGE. Nice work everyone :)
>>>
>>> Nyall
>>> _______________________________________________
>>> Qgis-developer mailing list
>>> [hidden email]
>>> http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-developer
>>
>
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Re: Visual changelog for 2.6

Nyall Dawson


On 15/10/2014 7:53 am, "Tim Sutton" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>

> Yes I plan to review everything in the changelog over the coming weekend. As usual just stub in your ideas as entries in the 2.6 changelog or send me an email if you can't manage the website with any entries to add and I will review everything to get the writing style consistent, add screenshots where needed etc.

Thanks Tim - your work on this is really appreciated!

Nyall


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