This is the official website of Gallery, the open source web based photo album organizer. Gallery gives you an intuitive way to blend photo management seamlessly into your own website whether you're running a small personal site or a large community site.


Gallery 2.2.5 Security Fix Release

Gallery 2.2.5 is now available for download. This release fixes critical security issues, no new features have been added. Users of all previous Gallery 2 versions are strongly encouraged to upgrade to version 2.2.5 as soon as possible! All issues addressed in this release have been discovered in internal security audits.

Since 2.2.5 is a security release, it shares the same installation requirements as 2.2.4. If you haven't upgraded to 2.2.x yet, please review the Gallery 2.2 release notes for highlights of changes and the requirements. Read on for more details and upgrade instructions.

Paying for help with Gallery

Do you want to use Gallery but don't have the time to figure out how to get started? Do you have customizations you'd like done that you just can't figure out? We offer plenty of free help but sometimes this just isn't enough. If you're willing to spend a few dollars, there are several options out there for you:

  • Gallery Paid Support - Gallery developers that have extensive experience installing, working with, and troubleshooting Gallery, will install Gallery for you or try and fix something that's broken. Note that we don't offer any other services besides these two because our developers have a lot to do!
  • Services for Gallery in the SourceForge Marketplace - Gallery is a featured project in the SourceForge Marketplace, where anyone with a SourceForge account can post services that they offer. Current offerings range from installation and upgrades, to integration with third party products and customizations. Keep in mind that most of the listings here are not from people officially associated with Gallery, but they do have more time on their hands than we do so they can help out with more time consuming things.

So if you're looking for more help than our free options, check these out!

Ubermind Seeks Beta Testers!

The folks behind the ApertureToGallery plug-in are about to release the next generation export to Gallery tools for Mac OS X; but before they do, they’d like your help. Starting today, Ubermind is beta testing their new Gallery Export plug-ins, and you're all invited to join in. The new plug-ins (available for Aperture 1.5 and 2, and iPhoto '08), are updated and rebranded versions of ApertureToGallery, with tons of new features and enhancements thrown into the mix. Registration takes seconds, so if you’re interested sign up now!

2008 Google Summer of Code Projects

The Gallery team is proud to announce the students that have been selected to participate in the 2008 Google Summer of Code. We are very pleased by the quality of the applications for the selected projects, and are really looking forward to working with these students over the summer. Thank you to all the students who sent proposals, and all the mentors who volunteered to participate!

Gallery Security and Gotham Digital Science

Vulnerabilities in web applications (like Gallery) are increasingly a sweet spot for attackers. We are very aware of this, and take the security of the Gallery project very seriously. In addition to our internal guidelines, processes and audits, we’ve had external security experts perform security audits of our code for the last several releases of Gallery 2.

Recently, we retained Gotham Digital Science (GDS) to perform security audits on Gallery 1 and 2. They are experts in application security, as it's basically all they do. The relationship we have built with GDS has proven valuable based on the results of the audits and we are looking forward to partnering with them on audits of future versions of Gallery. Please read on!

Season of Usability 2008

We're excited to be included in this year's Season of Usability. This program pairs up someone from Gallery and a usability expert to guide a student (YOU!) in a usability related project for Gallery. We've come up with a pretty neat project idea: Redesigning our image upload tools, so check out the details and send in your application no later than April 17th. For your ~15 hours a week for 3 months, you'll receive a $1000 stipend and valuable experience working with usability and Open Source!