The Gallery team tries to follow anything Gallery related posted on blogs and other sites around the internet. While there is a lot of content out there, below are some particular ones that caught our eye (along with some things that we have noticed or posted on our website). If there is any good stuff around that we have missed, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us! (We're hoping to make this a regular feature!)
LifeHacker is running a special feature on hosting photos with Gallery2. From the article, "This week, I'll show you how to install Gallery2, a free, open source web application that lets you publish and manage your digital images for web consumption on your own web server, whether it's your home server or hosted account."
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The Gallery source code repository hosted in Subversion at SourceForge has moved to a new url which should be more stable. The old URL will continue to work for some time, but if you're using Gallery from Subversion we recommend you switch to the new URL for better stability. If you don't know what Subversion is, you don't need to worry about any of this. SourceForge's documentation is here and here. Our Using Subversion documentation page has been updated with the new URL, and migration instructions are below.
Did you know that the Gallery community has a place for users to chat online? While our discussion forums are still the primary means of user support, the project also maintains an IRC channel on irc.freenode.net.
The IRC channel, #gallery-support, complements our forums by providing a place for the Gallery community to share ideas, ask questions, and support each other in real-time. The team invites all Gallery users to log on and support the project by asking questions, making suggestions, and sharing expertise.
Gallery and Software in the Public Interest (SPI) are pleased to announce an agreement to place Gallery under the SPI umbrella as a member project. With this agreement, Gallery joins such esteemed projects as the Debian, PostgreSQL and Drupal projects and the Open Voting Foundation.