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Piwigo is the open source photo gallery for the web

Archive for July 2009

Piwigo release 2.0.3

A new stable release is available, download details about Piwigo 2.0.3. What’s new in Piwigo 2.0.3 compared to 2.0.2?


ddtddt has integrated Danish translation made by nile.

ddtddt has also integrated Czech translation made by Pavel Budka (Pavel also contributed the theme switch plugin).

Chinese help pages were added thanks to winson.


VDigital has strongly improved the look & feel of the Language Switch box. Instead of:
Now we have this:

I realy appreciate the new graphical design of this language switch box!

Now that I have implemented a subscription mecanism on piwigo.org, I have implemented a link inside Piwigo itself to subscribe to piwigo.org announcement newsletter. The “subscription direct link” is available at the end of the installation and in the main page of the administration.


A security bug was fixed concerning an SQL injection issue. I don’t want to give more details right now. It is a low risk issue but VDigital has fixed it anyway.

An error was detected on Piwigo side but not correctly sent and displayed on pLoader. When a transfer fails Piwigo knows it and should tell pLoader. Now you will get the error message displayed on pLoader side.

Written by plg

July 7, 2009 at 7:54 pm

Piwigo.com beta is online

Piwigo.com goes live. Piwigo.com is a dedicated hosting solution for Piwigo photo gallery. Sign up and get a fresh installation. You don’t have to care about low level administration tasks like installation, backup or upgrade.

Piwigo.com is another step for the Piwigo project. In the previous months, we have introduced features to simplify installation and use. NetInstall makes installation much easier. pLoader makes photo preparation and transfer much easier. Piwigo.com goes beyond. The idea is to reduce the skill set to run Piwigo.

As a hosting solution, we want Piwigo.com to become profitable. During the beta stage, accounts will be free to thank users for their early days feedback. Once the beta stage is over (3 to 6 months), only the trial period will be free. Of course, you won’t see any advertisement on your Piwigo.com gallery. Due to the basics of Piwigo, that is to say an opensource community driven project, we will offer free accounts for contributors (plugins coders, theme designers, support, and so on).

Today is the beginning of the beta stage. Piwigo.com website is currently just a signup form. During this stage, we will build the introduction website and make the whole thing work like a charm. Don’t hesitate to signup and help us to make Piwigo.com as great as possible!

Signup for a free account

Written by plg

July 4, 2009 at 12:00 am

Posted in piwigo.com

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