Release Notes: This release adds support for F-Spot's photo versioning, storing next to the original imported photo, and modified versions of the same as well. Several bugs like support for newer PDO styles have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes problems that appeared when sorting by rate values. The same photo date as in F-Spot is now displayed in phpfspot too. The date input fields have been rearranged to allow easier input. The initial sort order can now be preconfigured in phpfspot's configuration file.
Release Notes: User-friendly and search-engine friendly URLs are now possible (via Apache's mod_rewrite). A tag selection will now be displayed, similar to those of F-Spot. Nikon's NEF RAW photo format is also supported (with some helper applications). Furthermore, F-Spot's new introduced rating-values are now also displayed in phpfspot. Obligatory bugfixes are also included.
Release Notes: Images in PNG format are now supported. An auto-completion was implemented for tag-search as well as a photo preview via lightbox2. The tag cloud will now show up in different colors. A few bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release contains several new features like cursor key navigation, new sort orders, searching for filename and description, and new interface icons. Several bugfixes are included that solve problems with auto-rotation based on EXIF headers, time range handling, displaying photos that are not tagged, and so on.
Release Notes: A new option allows you to only publish photos that have been tagged with a special tag. The smaller changes in F-Spot's database structure for 0.4 are now also supported by phpfspot. The code has been further cleaned up to avoid PHP warning messages.
Release Notes: The thumbnail directory structure has changed to avoid thousands of files in one single directory when using larger F-Spot photos albums. It's now possible to generate an RSS feed out of phpfspot, which can be used with RSSv2.0-compatible readers (like Mozilla Thunderbird). If no native sqlite3 support is available, it's now possible to use PHP5's PDO layer to get sqlite3 support via a PDO driver. This is useful for Web hosts that do not yet support sqlite3. Additional configuration options for the thumbnail directory, Smarty template engine, etc. help make the installation easier.