Debian Bug report logs - #664742
RFP: photoshow -- A free Web Gallery for your server

Package: wnpp; Maintainer for wnpp is;

Reported by: nodiscc <>

Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2012 13:27:01 UTC

Severity: wishlist

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To: Debian Bug Tracking System <>
Subject: RFP: photoshow -- A free Web Gallery for your server
Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2012 14:23:06 +0100
Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist

* Package name    : photoshow
  Version         : 0.218b
  Upstream Author : Thibaud Rohmer <>
* URL             :
* License         : GPL
  Programming Lang: PHP
  Description     : A free Web Gallery for your server

PhotoShow is a free, open-source, and very easy to use web gallery installable
 on any web server. Only two lines of configuration, and you're good to go ! 
 Adding and sorting photos, albums, users, and groups have never been easier.
 Simply drag and drop them wherever you want. To delete a photo or an album,
 just drag and drop it on the bin. Easy ! PhotoShow automatically generates
 the whole website, including the thumbnails. Also, if your photos are bigger
 than 800x600px, it generates a smaller version for displaying (the big
 version is still available for your viewers to download, of course). The
 architecture of PhotoShow's albums is created using the File System directly:
 no database is required to use PhotoShow. You can use your File System
 directly to add, move, or delete albums and pictures. PhotoShow is compatible with DropBox, along with all of your Unix tools, because it is based on the File System. Use rsync, scp, or anything you prefer to interact
 with your photos. Each of your files and folders has its owns permissions,
 configurable in PhotoShow by the Admin (you). On the go, select which
 group/user can access an item. PhotoShow provides a proxy for accessing the
 images, checking if the user is allowed to view an image or not. It is
 advised to place the directory for your photos in a folder not accessible by
 the web. Then, passing through PhotoShow's proxy will be necessary to access
 the images, ensurring you that only allowed users can view them. 

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