GTK Photo Gallery is an album to manage small and medium-sized photograph collections. It allows quick management by processing multiple files together. Rotate, delete, move, and manage descriptions can be done for all files in one directory at once. It is possible to upload pictures to an online laboratory to order prints. GTK Photo Gallery is implemented with GTK2-Perl, and due to the lack of a Web server in between, it is much faster than CGI-based scripts. It uses the same directory structure as (and can be used together with) My Photo Gallery (a set of CGI scripts). It is possible to export (and import) an Album into 700 MB large parts for easy CD backup, including static HTML pages to navigate the CD. This can also be used to create a simple album for the Web.
sqwebadd remotely imports an address book in CSV format into sqwebmail. The user will be prompted with the fields from the first line of the CSV file to assign them to the corresponding sqwebmail fields. A known limitation of this is that sqwebmail offers multiple addresses on one nick, so if the nick already exists, the corresponding address will be added to that nick. Conversely, if the address already exists, it will be added anyway. Another limitation is that sqwebmail does not recognize firstname and surname fields, so you should ensure that the CSV file contains one field with the full name.
Re: glib2.4 gtk2 2.4
> Any good rpm's out there for GTK2 2.4
> and libGTK 2.4 for Mandrake?
You better ask this in a Mandrake Forum, or search for it, this is probably be a FAQ.