Release Notes: Nearly every facet of Photo Organizer has been enhanced in some way. The most visible improvement is the refactored UI that makes extensive use of CSS and supports multiple languages. Working with larger sets of images and especially clients is also considerably simpler, with the ability to tie folders and clients to datebook events. There are also many behind-the-scenes changes to improve reliability, facilitate future scalibility, and many little features and tweaks.
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.
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.
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.