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How do you do....it? Thread, Photo Management in Technical; Originally Posted by p858snake I haven't used it in a while but ZenPhoto (web based image gallery) uses a simple ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by p858snake View Post
    I haven't used it in a while but ZenPhoto (web based image gallery) uses a simple directory structure to sort images out into "Albums" so you could just map a drive to its albums folder so people can easily dump photos into it.
    Thanks for that, I've looked at "Gallery" in the past but anything more than dumping files in folders is too complicated/time consuming.

    Just installed ZenPhoto and it will do all the uploading/tagging stuff if/when you want to but will also work from a simple file copy.

    I've done a quick count and staff have about 250,000 jpegs (which I'd love to get out of their private boxes) and students about 350,000 !

    (I wonder how well zenphoto copes with that scale of image store ?)


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    I think we might be on to a winner with Zen Photo! Good shout p858snake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beeswax View Post
    I think you'll find that Picasa does something similar
    I was just about to say that and if you need them to all access it etc maybe use openfiler or freenas on a spare computer and then they can all access and point picassa at the NAS running openfiler or freenas

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    Totally forgot this ResourceSpace: Open Source Digital Asset Management (DAM) when making my last post.

    From the blurb:
    ResourceSpace is a web-based, open source digital asset management system which has been designed to give your content creators easy and fast access to print and web ready assets.

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