django-photo-albums is a pluggable django image gallery app.
Image galleries can be attached to any Django model. And thanks to django 1.1 url namespaces it is possible to have multiple 'albums' app instances (for example, for different models) that use different sets of templates, different permission rules, have dedicated integration test suites and are available from different urls.
Each image gallery provide functionality for image viewing, editing, uploading, uploading entire albums in one zip file, reordering, marking/unmarking as main and deleting.
django-photo-albums is an application based on django-generic-images (http://bitbucket.org/kmike/django-generic-images/). django-photo-albums requires Django >= 1.1 (or svn version with url namespaces), setuptools for installation, django-annoying for some utils and django-generic-images for image management and advanced admin image uploader. django-generic-images and django-annoying will be installed automatically if you install django-photo-albums via easy_install or pip.
django-photo-albums does not provide any thumbnail creation solution because there are external django apps (such as sorl-thumbnail) that would do this better.
Testing if app instance is integrated correctly (at least that templates don't raise exceptions) is easy because base class for integration testcases is provided.
License: MIT Author: Mikhail Korobov
$ pip install django-photo-albums
$ easy_install django-photo-albums
$ hg clone http://bitbucket.org/kmike/django-photo-albums/ $ cd django-photo-albums $ python setup.py install
Then add 'photo_albums' and 'generic_images' to your INSTALLED_APPS in settings.py and run ./manage.py syncdb (syncdb is not needed if django-generic-images was already installed).
Note: django-generic-images app provides admin image uploader (see more in django-generic-images docs, http://django-generic-images.googlecode.com/hg/docs/_build/html/index.html#admin). For this admin uploader to work ``generic_images` folder from generic_images/media/ should be copied to project's MEDIA_ROOT.
Full documentation on how to use django-photo-albums can be found here: