RSS All releases of Photo Organizer

  •  28 Sep 2010 06:58

Release Notes: Highlights of this release include background/two-phase imports, additional preview sizes, RSS feeds, vastly improved video support, improved user management, better scaling through an improved caching layer, and minor tweaks and bugfixes.

Release Notes: Most of the changes are in the import code. Many bugs were fixed. Video file support was vastly improved.

  •  02 Jun 2009 14:09

Release Notes: The refactored import code now serializes imports and parallelizes work across multiple CPUs. RSS feeds are now generated for photo and folder/album listings. Exporting is much faster. The UI remembers sort order on a per-folder/album basis. Many minor tweaks, performance enhancements, and bugfixes were made.

  •  27 Sep 2008 20:47

Release Notes: This release rolls up all minor bugfixes to date. The most serious bug broke photo editing when not using memcached. Deleting various equipment types was also broken.

Release Notes: This release adds more authentication backends, including LDAP. It adds tag cloud searching. It supports Google Maps for geolocation tagging. It unifies (most) equipment management, and now supports an arbitrary list of equipment per image. 'Pretty URL' support has been added. Per-user local filesystem bulk upload support has been added. A new dark theme has been added. Per-folder/album thumbnails have been added. There is support for memcached. Many more minor features have been added, plus the usual pile of bugfixes.

Release Notes: This release added support for importing/storing XMP sidecar files, fixed several translation errors, enhanced memcached support for static data, fixed a suboptimal SQL query and sped up the main photo view page by at least an order of magnitude, and fixed a number of small bugs.

Release Notes: The most visible changes include a dark theme and "pretty" URLs. Folders and albums get associated thumbnails. Searching and tag clouds were enhanced. Per-user local filesystem uploads were implemented. Most equipment types were unified. Authentication backends were added for external DBs and LDAP. Datebook events have an associated location. Many internal enhancements and many minor features were added.

  •  26 Apr 2008 18:14

Release Notes: Photo rotation, date parsing, IPTC code ignoring sub-locations, and a few other minor bugs were fixed.

  •  20 Feb 2008 21:38

Release Notes: Several cosmetic and HTML validation bugs were fixed. On imports, the specified location was being clobbered, RAW file metadata wasn't being transferred properly, and some cameras' non-numeric ISO values were failing. The photo rating and version manipulation pages had some errors, and the formatting of the installer was changed to be more legible.

Release Notes: This an incremental feature release. New features include sortable subfolder/subalbum listings and improved navigation for very large folders/albums, fully pluggable authentication and a new two-phase registration process, date-based searches and datebook events that span multiple days. The "client user" model has been further enhanced. Exports are much faster. The installer has been improved, and upgrading from very old versions has been removed. Minor enhancements and bugfixes were made.


Project Spotlight

wsrep patch for MySQL

A patch that enables MySQL to use wsrep replication plugins.


Project Spotlight


A utility that converts an ICC profile from v2 to v4.