Zenphoto 1.0.7 Jan 26, 2007
- Large security bug patched; thanks to nicosomb for reporting it. [trisweb]
- No other changes.
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Following the mantra “Release early, release often” I’ve followed up 1.0.5 with (logically enough) 1.0.6! This release is small, but includes some good fixes for sorting, so I’m sure you want to upgrade!
On another note, I’ll be migrating to a VPS (“practically my own server”) hosting plan sometime this holiday season, so you might see some downtime, but probably not. Since I’m in no rush this time, the switch should be seamless. No rush also meant I could search and research (search again) all I wanted, and I believe I found a really great hosting company to stick with. One good sign is that they’re currently sold out, expecting more servers this week (so they don’t oversell, which is a Good Thing). After I get it set up, I’ll re-install Confluence and JIRA and Zenphoto will have its bug tracker and Wiki back up!
Go download 1.0.6! Install it! It’s (...)
/zenphototo correspond with the default folder in the package. [trisweb]
i.php?...&debugdisables this and shows the error output) [trisweb]
Just in case you don’t check the home page or forums, zenphoto 1.0.5 has been released with a ton of fixes (since 1.0.3). 1.0.5 was a quick fix for an overlooked little problem, all the real meat was in 1.0.4.
Big changes include:
The other big (...)
ini_setto try to adjust PHP's memory limit (may allow for larger images to be processed). [trisweb]
Ahh the smell of fresh code in the morning…
The coolest part of this release is a huge rework of i.php, the image processor. While it used to only have some limited resizing options (longest side, width, or cropped thumbnail), now it does anything you darn well want it to. You can specify exact width and height and crop dimensions and position. As of now, it’s kinda hard to formulate the input URLs for everyday use, but plugin authors and theme developers should find the new options pretty much awesome. If you want to (...)
I’m pleased to announce two new additions to the Zenphoto community:
The Zenphoto Wiki (wiki.zenphoto.org)
The Zenphoto Bugtracker (bugs.zenphoto.org)
If you use zenphoto, and especially if you develop themes or plugins, we’d love to have you help out with documentation, support, bug-catching… anything you can find time for. Also, we’ve officially cut our ties with berlios, so you don’t ever need to go back there.
So make some accounts and have fun!
I’m pleased to announce the release of zenphoto 1.0.2 beta! This is an important security release, so everyone using zenphoto should upgrade as soon as possible. Head over to zenphoto.org for the download and changelog.
The major changes in this release include: