Towards gvSIG 2.5: “Indigenous mapping” symbol library

Not all the novelties of the next gvSIG Desktop version are new functionalities. We added a new symbol library called “Indigenous mapping” that contains an interesting set of point symbols developed by “The Ethnographic Mapping Lab” of the University of Victoria and designed by the graphic artist James Gray.

The objective of these icons is to represent the set of activities, resources and locations commonly associated with indigenous mapping projects. We hope that they are useful for you.

Its installation and use is very simple, as you can see in the following video:

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