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PhpGedView is a revolutionary genealogy program which allows you to view and edit your genealogy on your website. PhpGedView has full editing capabilities, full privacy functions,
can import from GEDCOM files, and supports multimedia like photos and document images. PhpGedView also simplifies the process of collaborating with others working on your family tree. Your latest genealogy information is always on your website and available for others to see.
To learn more about PhpGedView and how it can help you with your genealogy, please read more on the About page.
17 January 2012
- Trouble with the Wiki
The wiki is currently having difficulty. While the wiki is down please look for all answers to questions and help through the sourceforge.net project page.
26 December 2009
- PhpGedView 4.2.3 Released
PhpGedView 4.2.3 offers an updated reports subsystem, numerous bug fixes, compatibility with PHP5.3, and restores compatibility with PostgreSQL which was lost in 4.2.2.
4 August 2009
- PhpGedView 4.2.2 Released
4 April 2009
- PhpGedView 4.2.1 Released
31 January 2009
- PhpGedView 4.2.0 and 4.1.7 Released
The stable release of Version 4.2 is now available for download. As well as hundreds of bug fixes and enhancements, this release offers performance
and stability fixes, enhanced multimedia features and three additional languages
(Indonesian, Slovenian and Romanian).
Note that PhpGedView 4.2 requires PHP 5.2 or later. If your server does not meet this requirement, then you should use PhpGedview 4.1. Note that this will not be maintained or supported, other than for serious security issues. The latest version in the 4.1 series is PhpGedView 4.1.7.
04 December 2008
- Minimum PHP Requirements Raised for Next PhpGedView Release
As mentioned earlier (and below on November 16th), the
next version of PhpGedView, version 4.2 tentatively scheduled for January 2009 will have a minimum
requirement of PHP 5.2.0, and a recommended minimum of PHP 5.2.3.
Additional information can be found in the forums.
16 November 2008
- PhpGedView 4.1.6 released
The stable release of Version 4.1.6 is now available for download.
his release includes hundreds of bugs fixes and feature enhancements including:
- autocomplete on name/place/record entry
- handling of international names
- tree-navigator view
- installation/configuration wizard
- multimedia support
- better theme customisation
- translation into more languages
- broswer/server compatibility improvements
4.1.6 will be the last release of PhpGedView that will run on PHP4. The next release will require PHP5. You should consider asking your server's administrator to upgrade. Similarly, future versions of PhpGedView will make better use of the underlying database. MySQL4.1 and SQLite3.2.6 are recommended minimums.
27 April 2008
- PhpGedView 4.1.5 released
The stable release of Version 4.1.5 is now available for download.
This release is a maintenence release which includes many bug fixes and important security updates. It is highly recommended that all sites upgrade to this version.
12 March 2008
- PhpGedView Related Presentations at Family History Conferences
John Finlay and some students from Neumont University will be presenting some of their
work at the FamilySearch Developers Conference. This presentation
will focus on a PHP library for communicating with the New FamilySearch system
through their recently release web service API. The presentation will also show how PhpGedView can remotely link to data
from New FamilySearch in the same way it can link to data from another instance of PhpGedView.
Another project that will be highlighted at this conference is the new GedLynk project.
GedLynk is an open source Java desktop application which allows users to synchronize local GEDCOM data with remote data sources
such as New FamilySearch and/or PhpGedView.
12 January 2008
- PhpGedView Classes at the Utah Valley PAF Users Group
John Finlay will be doing training on installing, managing, and using PhpGedView to share your family tree online and collaborate with relatives.
Materials for the classes including slides and outlines are available for download.
The training classes will be done in 3 parts according to the following schedule:
|12 Jan 2008||Installing and Configuring a PhpGedView Website|
|8 Mar 2008||Administering a PhpGedView Website|
|12 Apr 2008||Managing Genealogy information using PhpGedView|
UVPAFUG Meetings are held in Provo, Utah and are open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend.
7 November 2007
- PhpGedView Presentation at the Be'er Sheva Branch of the Israel Genealogical Society
Meliza Amity will give a presentation about PhpGedView to the Israel Genealogical Society in Be'er Sheva, Israel.
This is a great opportunity to go and learn more about PhpGedView from one of its most active users and contributors.
13 October 2007
- PhpGedView Presentation at Utah Valley PAF Users Group Meeting
John Finlay will give a presentation about PhpGedView and online collaborative geneaogy to the UVPAFUG Meeting in Provo, Utah. Their meetings are open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend.
10 September 2007
- PhpGedView Presentation at the Tel-Aviv Branch of the Israel Genealogical Society
Meliza Amity will give a presentation about PhpGedView to the Israel Genealogical Society in Tel Aviv, Israel.
This is a great opportunity to go and learn more about PhpGedView from one of its most active users.
19 July 2007
- PhpGedView at 27th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
John Finlay and Meliza Amity gave a presentation about the PhpGedView to the IAJGS conference in Salt Lake City. They demonstrated PhpGedView and highlighted many of the Hebrew and Jewish features, many of which are unique to PGV.
16 March 2007
- PhpGedView at 2007 Family History and Technology Conference
John Finlay and Chris Stolworthy gave a presentation about the Research Assistant module for PhpGedView
at the 2007 Family History and Technology Conference. For his part
in the presentation, Chris won a best student presentation award.
Download an abstract of the presentation: Research Assistant FHT2007.pdf
Download the PPT Slides: FHT2007-Collaborative Research Assistant.ppt
Hilton Campbell also had a demo setup on his Genesis Project which is a desktop tool built on the PhpGedView
web service API which will allow you to search across several PhpGedView sites at once. His demo won the
best demo award. You can learn more about the Genesis project and download beta releases at http://www.dftproject.org/
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