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Piwigo

Piwigo is photo gallery system for the Web. The project started in 2002 and is built by an active community of users and developers. It comes with powerful features for publishing and managing your photos, scalability, and smart browsing capabilities such as albums, tags, or calendars. Extensions make Piwigo even more customizable.

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Release Notes: Thie version fixes a SQL crash when encountering incoherent permissions, and a CSRF security issue introduced by API methods. The new user manager now displays groups and privacy level in the main table. Nine languages were updated.

Release Notes: This version introduces new features for users, especially administrators. The mobile theme now has important improvements. The user manager has been redesigned from scratch. The new plugin "Admin Tools" will let you edit albums and photos from the gallery. A new mail system presents clean graphical themes and a robust engine. This version also introduces technical features including simpler coding for plugin creators.

  •  25 Apr 2013 11:37

Release Notes: Eight bugs were fixed in the Web API, authentication, and mysqli database connector. Kannada (ಕನ್ನಡ) and Norwegian (Nynorsk) languages were added, and 18 languages were updated.

Release Notes: An advanced setting for protection of original photos has been added, to make Piwigo an even safer place for your photos. Piwigo becomes more social with email and website fields for user comments. External authentication with the oAuth plugin lets your visitors connect with their Facebook, Google, OpenID, or Wordpress.com account (and many others). The new Web API explorer will help developers know how to communicate remotely with Piwigo. Piwigo 2.5 brings 30+ new features and is now available in 51 languages.

  •  20 Feb 2013 17:53

Release Notes: This stable release fixes a vulnerability for Piwigo installed on Windows platforms. The Plugin LocalFiles Editor has been improved for security. Ten languages have been updated.

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19 Mar 2006 12:59 z0rglub_pierrick

Re: Anonymous Rating
Development release 200603181355 brings anonymous rating (with a cookie). Waiting for your feedback :-)

27 Dec 2005 02:31 coctavius Thumbs up

History Site Graph
I am not sure if it works, but my version is 1.5.1 (very close to 1.5.2 , just the one before - a devel version). I noticed that on history, you show (very nice) the statistics of how many users accessed the site (even with 1 hour resolution). However, at some point a statistic of uniq visitors (graphical) should be good as well. Many people are interested on uniqs , and not on how many pages are opened.

Just an ideea - on my version i couldn't find a way to view graphs of the uniq visitors. I am sure is a very simple addon, and that's why i am mentioning it here.

Also, by the way, you are one of the less php programmers i saw to write clean code, that even me i could understand what is inside. Mucho Kudos.

27 Dec 2005 02:18 coctavius Thumbs up

Re: Anonymous Rating

>

> % "but this doesn't works for ratings".

>

>

> You're right, rating system is disabled

> for unregistered users. I didn't know

> how to make it work, but PhpWebGallery

> can continue to think about it.

>

> Can you add a feature request ?

> bugs.phpwebgallery.net

Well, i was thinking that you can add some virtual user, and you can identify the user by a permanent cookie stored on user's computer. Ofcourse, the user will be able to delete the

cookie (which by the way should be uniq, probably unixtime+X_random_chars), but who will do this just to rate a picture, let's be serious.

However, is hard to create a community when having just pictures to show, people come , see, and then rarely come back (is the ideea "Ah, i know this site, i saw all the pics"), Rarely the ideea of having comments may make visitors return (if the pictures are very commented , and becomes like a small forum).

Regarding the rating anonymous, i would use cookies, in fact i think this is the only way to allow anonymous rating.

26 Dec 2005 08:05 z0rglub_pierrick

Re: Anonymous Rating

> "but this doesn't works for ratings".

You're right, rating system is disabled for unregistered users. I didn't know how to make it work, but PhpWebGallery can continue to think about it.

Can you add a feature request ? bugs.phpwebgallery.net

19 Dec 2005 04:26 coctavius Thumbs up

Re: Anonymous Rating
"but this doesn't works for comments" should be read "but this doesn't works for ratings".

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