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I would like to know the market share of 3 web-GIS systems, deegree, GeoServer, Geomajas).

Which one is more popular? Are there any evaluations regarding the market share of open source web-GIS systems?

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For clarification - what are you wanting to compare? Geomajas is something very different from the other two. Its a framework. The other two are pure GIS Web Servers. – GIS-Jonathan Oct 29 '12 at 11:48

I agree with GIS-Jonathan, you're comparing things that are not on the same level. Ok for deegree and GeoServer (they're not quite the same thing but they're GIS engines working on the server side of your solution), but GeoMajas is another thing, it's a framework to build web applications. In any case, if you want compare open source products you could use Ohloh: it's very useful! Bye! Cesare

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Thanks a lot for the answer. I didn't know that they are completely different. The Ohloh is very useful, this is what I needed. – Lala Oct 29 '12 at 20:43

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