qgallery is a small commandline program that will process jpeg images and specialy named files in some directory structure to form a static HTML image gallery suitable for publishing to the web, or burning to CD.
qphotosort is an application to help to organize photos. The main purpose is to merge several directories to a single destination, copying or linking the photos into an order that is based on the date of the EXIF information.
Quick Album is a quick static HTML photo album or gallery with descriptions from a group of photographs.
QuickyPix is an instant thumbnail web photo gallery software in Python.
Shotwell is an open source photo organizer designed for the GNOME desktop environment.
Silver is a small gtk application which will download a remote image from a website and display it in a window - refreshing every few seconds.
slcview is for interactive clustering and visualization, Cluster and TreeView by Mike Eisen are great. XCluster by Gavin Sherlock solves the problem of clustering large numbers of files. Now slcview allows you to script generation of cluster and tree images.
Slideshow Creator is a GUI for creating, modifying, and previewing JPEG image slideshows that can later be finalized with dvd-slideshow. Effects like cropping, kenburns, and scrolling permit the creation of beautiful, high quality DVD slideshows.
Spit is a graphical picture indexing tool. It can be used to manage pictures, and generate HTML pages for putting your pictures online. It is designed for user-friendliness, portability and extensibility. It allows quick & easy ordering, editing and adding captions for pictures.
Super Slide Me
SSM (Super Slide Me) is an application to create image galleries.
By a user-friendly interface, you can resize and rotate images and make slideshow presentations, eventually with sound in background.
swiggle is a small command line tool that generates HTML pages, including thumbnail indexes, for given images (a so called "web gallery"). It's intended to be easy to use, and since it is written in C, it's quite speedy. It uses libjpeg for decompression and compression of images, libexif for getting EXIF information contained in the images, and it caches scaled images so that subsequent runs don't need to scale images again and are faster. Of course, the original images aren't changed.
thumbelizer is a perl script that will autogenerate thumbnails given a directory of images. it can generate multiple sizes based on reduction factors that you pass to it and does not require that that all the images be of the same size.
Given a user-definable directory which contains JPEG, PNG, TIFF or (possibly) GIF images, this script creates a series of smaller images, one per html page.
vvvP (Virtual Volumes View Photo Edition) catalogs photographs on removable devices and hard disks at the same time. Images can also be arranged in a single virtual filesystem.
Webilder aims to be a complete solution for Webshots users who use Linux (and possibly Mac OS X in the future). Webilder enables you to download photos from Webshots website into your photo collection. The package includes a GNOME panel applet that can notify you whenever new daily photos are ready to be downloaded. It can also change your wallpaper regularly. The applet can even download new photos automatically.