I’ve just received several emails from people interested in the PHP app I’ve been using to publish this site’s photos section, which you can also see used in other places.

I am currently busy designing a WP layout for a signifact writer and WP user; but hopefully, I could prepare a simple documentation to accompany the app for public use. Probably over the weekend. 🙂

21 Responses

  1. http://mtdewvirus.com/archives/2004/06/12/photo-gallery-manangement/
  2. This app is the greatest. I really have to thank you for letting me be a tester.

    Now, we should really get a definitive name for it… iPAP or SPAM… Or something else.

  3. @ User61: They have similarities, but not related codewise, not at all. 🙂 And PhotoStack is released under some Creative Commons license, mine will surely be open-source, probably GPL.

  4. It looks promising. One thing I’m looking for is ability to add a detailed description of the photo in addition to the photo’s caption. I intend to use such a script for my knitting blog and aside from the project name, I want to add project specifics. If this is included, I’d be more than happy to test out this script. I’m currently using Photostack for my general gallery, but those photos don’t require additional information. Good luck

  5. Any chance there is a way to pull a randon thumbnail out to be displayed in WP? (That is XHTML compliant).

    I’m using ‘gallery’ right now, which has a decent java uploader etc, but the code block for random is not xhtml complaint 🙁

  6. I would love to give it a whirl on my website. I am sick of Gallery, it’s bloated. And from everything I’ve heard, iPAP is the solution I need. Maybe you could hook it up? =)

  7. This looks like a very lovely photo mangement script! I’d love to try it out on my site. Would that be possible?

  8. hello hello

    your site design is killer. can i try your code? all the photo gallery scripts are ugly, non-compliant and awkward. i was just going to code one myself until i stumbled upon this…

  9. I’m looking for a good image management solution and what you have here is pretty interesting. I have a feq questions for you:
    1. Does it create the thumbnails for you?
    2. Are you using just text files to store image info or a database?
    3. Is it possible for viewers to leave comments for images?

    Thx and keep up the good work.

  10. @rayne: Currently, a title field and a description/caption field is available.

    @nefarious: That can be done, if someone wants to code that. 🙂

    @matthew: Thumbnails are auto-generated. Data is stored in a text-file database, but entered through a web interface. Comments are not yet supported nor planned, but maybe in the future.

    Everyone, thank you so much for your interest in this application. I have the preview packed and ready, I’ll upload it and should be downloadable in less than a day. 🙂

  11. Looks like a gr8 gallery! Would love to have it work as an addon to my WP blog. Anyways, looking forward to its public release soon. Thanks and keep up the good work!

  12. This appears to be exactly what I’ve been looking for. If you could email the script for me I would love to try it out.

  13. Woo, I dig. I’m really wanting to dump Gallery since it’s barely moving in a sane direction. I could use a nice, simple, and clean code base to plonk photos in. 🙂

    Can’t wait to test it out! Excellent site, and useful content. Wh0rd.

  14. I was one of the “many” who e-mailed you in regards to iPAP. I am a little cofused by the SPAM title. Do you really think it’s SPAM if someone asks you for the script? I wasn’t trying to sell you anything.

  15. I am currently using SelectaPix, which is not a bad PHP-MySQL gallery script from outofthetress.co.uk, but I cannot wait to try out iPAP.
    All the best –
    P.S. In response to Brian’s question, I believe ‘SPAM’ is short for ‘simple photo album manager’ or something similar.

  16. http://rebelpixel.com/archives/2005/06/19/ipap-09-beta/
  17. http://log.grapf.de/archives/2004/06/02/entry2020/

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