CMS Report - Keyword: Gallery

  • Development continues for Gallery 3.0

    Now that Gallery 3.0 is in the beta phase of its software development, I feel it's safe to talk about the new features users can expect out of this open source web-based photo album organizer. Now I realize that Gallery is not a full content management system, but I also know there are plenty of people out there that think they need a CMS when perhaps what they really need is something a little simpler. For those that want to build a site to display and share their photography I recommend a look at Menalto's Gallery.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: June 23, 2009

  • Work on Gallery 3 Begins

    The developers of Gallery, an online photo-album organizer, have officially announced the start of Gallery 3.  I have to say they have a very aggressive release date for the release of version 3.0. Those of you that have been paying attention know that something is going on! At the Gallery Sprint a few weeks ago, we made a lot of decisions and got the ball rolling on a complete rewrite which we've decided to call Gallery 3. Development of new features on Gallery 2 has been frozen,…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: December 03, 2008

  • Gallery 2.3 released

    Gallery 2.3, an open source "photo album organizer", has been released. Lot of new features in this version of the Gallery 2.x branch.  Some of the new features and enchancements include: Slideshow module now uses PicLens to provide a rich, full screen slideshow. Comment module now offers spam moderation and Akismet support. New email notification module allowing users to configure events they wish to get notified for. Support for SQLite 3.x as a database backend. New…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: October 19, 2008

  • Gallery 2.2.2

    Gallery 2.2.2, a Web application for managing your photos, was released this week.  No new features have been added but over 30 bug fixes were included in this stability release.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: June 20, 2007

  • Gallery 2.2 Coming Soon

    With the first release of two release candidates, Gallery 2.2 will be arriving before you know it. Some of the new features in Gallery 2.2 will include: Downloadable Plugins Added support for themes to display dynamic albums. Watermarking changes New themes: Carbon and Ajaxian New WebDAV module to mount Gallery as network device on your computer. This allows you to easily manage your Gallery with any WebDAV client like Windows Explorer. New module to send…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: January 01, 2007

  • Gallery 1.6 just around the corner

    The folks at Gallery, an online photo album organizer, are working hard developing the newest version of Gallery in the 1.x line...Gallery 1.6. Gallery 1.6 is currently at Alpha 2 which means that the software is intended for testing purposes and not for use on production servers. If your confused with what I just said then I recommend you wait installing Gallery 1.6 until it has been fully released.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: October 31, 2006

  • Gallery: Gallery 2 Demo Sites

    Gallery has a new demo site for users to show off their photo sites using the online application. The new demo site provides a significant improvement over the previous forum to showcase albums. Some information on the new site by Gallery themselves found below: We have launched a new showcase album of Gallery 2 Demo Sites. There are many great Gallery 2 sites out there with a huge variety of themes, modules, customizations and embedded environments that we want you to see! This new feature…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: July 19, 2006

  • Gallery's Drupal Forum

    The Gallery, a web based photo management system, recently upgraded their Website to Drupal 4.7.2. When you get a chance, check out their forum. One of the criticisms of forums in Drupal is that...well they don't look like the forums we know. At least Drupal's default forum does not look like those we see by default in phpBB and SMF.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: June 20, 2006

  • Gallery: Gallery moves to Subversion

    "Gallery has switched its revision control system from CVS to Subversionto take advantage of Sourceforge's latest offering. Subversion is faster and more featureful than CVS and should increase our development velocity, which means that you get a better product, faster. For those of you who are using Gallery via CVS, we've created a page in the Codex that explains how to use Subversion including how to migrate over from CVS. If you don't know what CVS is, then you won't have to worry about…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: April 27, 2006

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