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Piwigo is photo gallery software for the web, built by an active community of users and developers. Piwigo version 2.5.2 is available, for a fresh install and for upgrade.
If you happen to host your own photo gallery using Piwigo or Gallery and you use an Android device, you have almost everything you need to replace TwitPic, yfrog, or any other third-party mobile photo sharing service with your own DIY solution.
A Raspberry Pi-based server is perfectly capable of sharing photos on the Web. But instead of deploying Gallery, Piwigo, or any other heavyweight photo publishing application, you might want to opt for something nimble like Pygmyfoto.
Using digiKam's Kipi plugins, you can upload your photos to a variety of popular photo services, including Flickr, Picasaweb, and SmugMug. But what if you want to host your own photo album and still be able to populate it with photos directly from within digiKam?
Hosting your own photo sharing solution makes a lot of sense, but setting up and maintaining a full-blown application like Gallery or Piwigo requires some technical chops and can be a time-consuming affair. Enter PhotoShow, an open-source photo sharing software that can be deployed in a matter of minutes and requires practically no maintenance.
The KDE Community makes software; most of the people in the Community are software developers. However, this large and extensive community includes more than just the people who write software. Among the many non-technical contributors there are translators, bug finders and fixers, writers, promoters, and those who provide user support.
ownCloud, Inc. is proud to announce today, December 11, that the Community Edition of its highly anticipated ownCloud 6 open source DYI (Do It Yourself) cloud server software is now available for download/upgrade with an improved design.