Piwigo is open source photo management software. Manage, organize and share your photo easily on the web. Designed for organisations, teams and individuals. Piwigo is a free and open-source web-based photo gallery, originally written by Pierrick Le Gall. It is written in PHP and requires a MySQL database. Piwigo is an online image library solution, and much more. It's also a complete Digital Asset Manager (DAM). Centralize all your digital media (photos, logos.
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