Monday, June 23, 2014

best self hosted image galleries


piwigo is the best options
Download Piwigo 2.6.3
released on June 11th 2014

a webserver like Apache, Lighttpd or Nginx
MySQL 5 or MariaDB equivalent
PHP 5.2
ImageMagick (recommended) or GD
30MB storage for the software, and much more for your photos
an FTP client like FileZilla
and, well, a still camera!
http://www.piwigo.org/
http://www.piwigo.org/basics/downloads
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very rudimentary features . difficult to add user ,manage albums 
Lychee
Everything you need is a web-server with PHP 5.3 or later and a MySQL-Database.
https://github.com/electerious/Lychee/archive/master.zip
https://github.com/electerious/Lychee/blob/master/docs/Installation.md


lycheee
asubsites/lychee

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 Plogger requires a dedicated server or a shared hosting environment with at least MySQL v3.23, GD1.0, and PHP4.
http://www.plogger.org/
http://www.plogger.org/download/
http://www.plogger.org/docs/install/

when was the last update for this program?? 2006?

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dont like the layouts 
Coppermine is a multi-purpose fully-featured and integrated web picture gallery script written in PHP using GD or ImageMagick as image library with a MySQL backend.
cpg1.5.28 Security release - upgrade mandatory!
+ 02 April 2014
http://coppermine-gallery.net/


Linux (.deb and .rpm versions):

After downloading, simply open the jAlbum package to install it. jAlbum will then be available via the Graphics section of the Applications menu.

Please note: Java is required to run jAlbum
http://jalbum.net/en/software/download


Gallery is going into hibernation
Submitted by bharat on Fri, 2014-06-20 23:19
The Gallery team has decided to take a step back from actively maintaining this project. Truth be told, most of the core team got busy with their lives over the past few years and we haven't had the time to really actively maintain the project in a long time. The forums have continued to be lively and helpful and there is still plenty of good conversation there - but no new code has been written in the past 6 months and that's not likely to change.
http://galleryproject.org/


MediaGoblin has the following core dependencies:

Python 2.6 or 2.7
python-lxml
git
SQLite/PostgreSQL
Python Imaging Library (PIL)
virtualenv
http://mediagoblin.readthedocs.org/en/v0.6.1/siteadmin/deploying.html

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