A cross between photo album software and image board software
Ochiba is a Web-based image gallery that is a cross between traditional "photo album" software such as Gallery and "image board" software, such as futaba, futallaby, and wakaba. It borrows concepts from gmail and iPhoto to provide flexible, keyword/tag based filtering of displayed images, which can be used to create on-the-fly "virtual" albums. Other features include XHTML/CSS compliance, RSS feeds for image categories, post throttling, IP banning, caching, visual image-based post verification for spam-prevention, and zip file handling (for multiple images in one upload).
27 June 2005
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