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Camera Life 2.6.3b3 release

This version addresses issues with installation. Please keep comments coming so that we can address any new issues. This release will focus on making fast and small improvements. Expect new releases to come as your feedback comes in.

Big new features will come again after these next few quality releases.

Posted by William Entriken 2009-09-09

API Documentation (NEW)

After four months of tireless work, Aysha Mohamed Rafiq has completed the complete API documentation for Camera Life!

This was done with inline PHPDoc style comments and PhpDocumentator. You can see the results here: http://fdcl.sourceforge.net/docs/

Aysha has also been working on end user documentation at
http://fdcl.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

Please enjoy all the new documentation, which is now available in SVN. This will also soon be a part of 2.6.3

Posted by William Entriken 2009-04-14

API Documentation (NEW)

After four months of tireless work, Aysha Mohamed Rafiq has completed the complete API documentation for Camera Life!

This was done with inline PHPDoc style comments and PhpDocumentator. You can see the results here: http://fdcl.sourceforge.net/docs/

Aysha has also been working on end user documentation at
http://fdcl.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

Please enjoy all the new documentation, which is now available in SVN. This will also soon be a part of 2.6.3

Posted by William Entriken 2009-04-14

API Documentation (NEW)

After four months of tireless work, Aysha Mohamed Rafiq has completed API Documentation for the entire Camera Life project!

This was done with inline PHP Doc style commenting and using PhpDocumentator. The result is here: http://fdcl.sourceforge.net/docs/

Aysha has also started the user documentation wiki at: http://fdcl.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

Please enjoy all this new documentation. In-code docs are available in SVN and will be a part of 2.6.3 soon.

Posted by William Entriken 2009-04-14

Project wiki

Camera Life team is proud to announce the new project wiki. This is available at http://fdcl.sourceforge.net/wiki/ this site will host user documentation for the project.

Posted by William Entriken 2009-03-31

2.6.2 is finally here!

This is the release you've been waiting for. All the new features, bugfixes, API updates and security updates from the long trail of betas and release candidates. The biggest features are new support for storing your photos on Amazon S3, or a remote FTP/HTTP/SSH server; automatic iPhone support with a simplified interface; and automatic photo rescanning.

Posted by William Entriken 2008-11-28

2.6.2 security updates

Users of Camera Life are recommended to update to the latest 2.6.2 beta 9 release to close vulnerabilities to multiple XSS and SQL attack vectors.

Much thank to Omer Singer of The DigiTrust Group and BackDoor of Lojistik for submitting these findings.

Details are at: http://www.digitrustgroup.com/
and
http://www.digitrustgroup.com/advisories/web-application-security-camera-life2.html
and
http://astalavista.com/index.php?section=exploits&cmd=details&id=6821

Posted by William Entriken 2008-10-26

Camera Life 2.6 Final

After 1.5 years of betas and release candidates, we are proud to present version 2.6. This is a large rewrite and has many new features.

2.6.0 Will Entriken <cameralife AT phor.net>
* Support for Gallery Remote API (upload from iPhoto, DigiKam, ...)
* Microformats, Sitemaps, OpenSearch
* RSS feeds, supports iPhoto photocasting
* Photo keywords with delicious-like keyword editor!
* Checkpoints allow you to review and approve changes to the site
* Comments and ratings
* Order prints online... read more

Posted by William Entriken 2007-08-03

Camera Life 2.6 RC 1

Your favorite PHP photo gallery has produced the first release candidate for version 2.6. Please test this version and provide any feedback good or bad so we can release.

Posted by William Entriken 2007-02-28

Camera Life 2.6 Beta

Your favorite PHP web gallery software has gone through a major rewrite. Due to popular demand, code is now in modules to make integration with your existing CMS trivial.

Posted by William Entriken 2006-01-27

Next-generation photo management

Camera Life photo management software 2.5.2 is a feature release answering the most popular user requests.

* Upload multiple photos in a zip (OMG finally!!?)
* DB - Supports a table name prefix (thanks Kevin)
* Easier install - Seperated config.php out of common.php
* Main index allows sort by Newset Folders (thanks Kevin)
* Photos display "added by AUTHOR" if it was uploaded
* A sounds is played when (long) upload is done
* Upload to individual folders
* New default theme: clean
* Better SQL queries for logs (doesn't need mysql 4.1)
* Create albums on the fly

Posted by William Entriken 2005-06-14

Themes, people...

I need themes people. The ones I have are all kinds of documented and debugable.

You could just give me an icon set and I'd be happy... I'm just getting bogged down by this pretty pixel pushing. I swear if I have to look at another pixel again, I don't know what I'll do!

Posted by William Entriken 2004-07-02

Roll it back now

I always allow the public to rename/suggest deletion of my photos. This is just me being too lazy to name them myself.

Since 2.5, you can undo changes that were (maliciously) made to the system. And also see the audit trails for individual records. Conceivably you could batch rollback all action by a certain user on a certain date, but the UI doesn't exist for that.

Anyway I was real excited about this feature becuase I lot of people rename some of my pictures to bullshit for testing. Do any competing products have a similar feature?

Posted by William Entriken 2004-07-02

2.4 a'commin

Oh boy, 2.4 is commin and you won't believe your eyes. Right now it's being beta-tested by some friends. To check stability. If it takes them too long, I'll just 2.4b

Posted by William Entriken 2003-12-16