Static web photo gallery generator wanted

Peter Silva peter at bsqt.homeip.net
Mon Aug 13 13:42:14 UTC 2018


Never found hierarchical navigation to an issue.  With fancy indexing, or
just the file manager,  the directories are interspersed with the images
(by default displayed alphabetically.) and at the top there is a breadcrumb
(..) available.

lack of thumbnails is a problem though.

what do you mean by *compression* you can do that with apache itself...
(did you plan on using apache for your web server?)
mod_gzip... for example.

It just occurred to me it would take a couple of minutes to write this in
python...
hmm.,..


On Mon, Aug 13, 2018 at 9:33 AM, Chris Green <cl at isbd.net> wrote:

> On Mon, Aug 13, 2018 at 08:57:26AM -0400, Peter Silva wrote:
> >    two questions:
> >      - does it have to be a web server?  I would think just using the
> file
> >    manager with image preview would be good.
>
> For local viewing the file manager would be usable but it doesn't
> handle the 'export a little bit of my hierarchy' bit.  Also, as for
> the idea below I don't think it handles moving upd and down the
> hierarchy very well.
>
>
> >      - Last time I did this (many years ago) I just used fancy indexing
> on
> >    straight apache... but no thumbnails that way.
>
> Yes, I think I tried that a while ago, there's no easy way to navigate
> the hierarchy though (if I rmemeber right).
>
>
> >    fwiw: I just did apt search gallery and the following looked
> >    promising... have not used:
> >    fgallery/bionic,bionic 1.8.2-2 all
> >      static HTML+JavaScript photo album generator
>
> Doesn't handle a *hierarchy* of directories.
>
>
> >    lazygal/bionic,bionic 0.9.1-1 all
> >      static web gallery generator
>
> Yes, I tried this a while ago but it's still being developed (a good
> thing) which might mean it has improved.  I'll try it again, thanks.
>
>
> >    libapache-gallery-perl/bionic,bionic 1.0.2-5 all
> >      Apache module to create image galleries on-the-fly
> >
> I found this too, but it doesn't do compression.  I might investigate
> further though as I run a web server already and sort of know how to
> do things.
>
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