Added automatic builds
Each day a ZIP-file is created via cron.
The builds consist of XMI, XSD, DocBook, PDF and graphs in dot, svg and png.
Added basic validation for names
installed module for validation, some rules for object and package names have been defined.
Added help for creating and managing the model
Guidelines for naming and propeties.
Added stage-tagging for objects
Re-arranged "Status" and added field for Stage, filter added on objects page.
Changes for Datatype
Datatype taxonomy is replaced by a datatype content type, to create a new one go to /node/add/datatype. You can specify basic documentation of the datatype and specify enumerated values. A datatype must be placed in a package.


Defines the relationships between Geographic Unit Types in a collection.


Defines the relationships between Geographic Unit Types in a collection.


Describes structured relationship between Geographic Units.


Describes structured relationship between Unit Types used to define Geographic Unit Types. Extended to include the ability to define a Spatial Relationship using a controlled vocabulary.


A structured collection of Unit Types defining a geographic structure. As a subtype of CodeList it may be used directly to describe a value domain.


Defines a geographic line (minimum of 2 points)


A specific geographic unit of a defined Unit Type. A geographic unit may change its name, composition, or geographic extent over time. This may be tracked by versioning the content of the geographic unit. Normally a new version of a geographic unit would have a geographic (spatial) overlap with its previous version (a city annexing new area). A geographic unit ends when it is no longer a unit of the same unit type.


Used to specify a relationship between one spatial object and another. Includes definition of the spatial object types being related, the spatial relation specification, and the event date.


A list defining types of Spatial Relations. When used in conjunction with Spatial Object Pairs list can describe the relationship between any two spatial objects. Note that not all spatial relations are relevant in with all spatial object pairs. For example: point to point can only be equals or disjoint.


Lists possible pairs between spatial objects which are being compared.


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