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.


Nuke integration moving right along

I'm about to check in a change to the system that is not earthshaking, but it is far reaching. I'm changing the way that we handle session variables to fix the conflicts that we've had with our PHP-Nuke integration. A little background: We handle sessions in a very simplistic manner. This is not a bad thing, IMO -- we want developers to be able to drop Gallery into their websites as cleanly as possible.

New Developer: John Kirkland

John Kirkland is now an official Gallery developer! John has been submitting patches to us for inclusion into the product for the past couple of months and has demonstrated his ability to write quality code.

v1.02 available

This release takes care of a wide range of problems from minor install issues to a fairly serious security bug. With any luck it'll be the last point release we do of version 1.0. I recommend that you upgrade to this version ASAP.

v1.01 available

After a long hiatus (brought on in part by a much needed Hawaiian vacation) I'm releasing Gallery 1.01. This bugfix release takes care of a host of minor bugs including that you can read all about in the ChangeLog.

NetPBM 1.1 - Gallery binary micro distribution

The latest Gallery micro distribution of NetPBM is now available. This version is called "NetPBM1.1-Gallery" and is compiled from the following components: NetPBM 9.12, libpng-1.0.10, jpeg-6b, and zlib-1.1.3.

Official Gallery 1.0 release!

After several months of beta testing, I am now happy to report that Gallery v1.0 is officially available!