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.
Release Notes: This should be the final release candidate for 2.35. It contains many fixes and enhancements to the "client user" feature set. Image regeneration has been fixed. The installer now properly tests for the PHP-XML extension. A long-standing bug relating to importing files with quotes in their names was fixed. A permission bug that meant client users could access images that only other clients were meant to see was fixed.
Release Notes: Searches were fixed to work when more than one keyword is used. Several other minor bugfixes and translation updates were made.
Release Notes: New features include sortable folder/album listings, a fully pluggable authentication system and two-step registration, date-based searches, much faster exporting, a simplified installation process, and a large pile of minor enhancements that make the users' lives easier.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed. Most notably, watermarking now works, and i18n infrastructure now properly translates graphical UI elements. The one new feature is the replacement of the IPTC/XMP metadata parsing code.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed, the most serious of which was one that caused the graphical checkboxes to misbehave.
Release Notes: This release is under the GPLv3. A UI rework to use CSS and improve themability. Full i18n support. UTF-8 internals. Real session management. A new preferences backend. Improved importing and exporting. A rewritten spool. Significant database speedups. Improved reliability and error reporting. The old shopping cart infrastructure has been removed. There are many other changes.
Release Notes: This is a snapshot of what will eventually become the next -stable release. There are many major internal changes, a CSS-based layout and much improved themeability, internationalization support, rewritten session and preference management, further improvements to the bulk updater, more robust printing and export capabilities, general speed improvements, code refactoring, and many minor feature enhancements.
Release Notes: This is the official announcement of the -devel tree. The major internal changes include heavily cleaning up generated HTML and moving to a pure CSS layout. It is also the proving ground for other features that are actively backported to the -stable branch.