Thanks a lot for your answer. I am really curious to try Photostructure once the facial recognition is implemented.
I haven’t fully understood if it will be compatible with my workflow though.
Currently I have a server at home which stores all the pictures (using simply folders). Everyone family member can simply connect to the server and upload pictures.
I also have a VPS that I rent which has Piwigo: I upload from my home server the pictures I want (using rsync) and Piwigo then is providing the interface to see pictures for friends & family.
I begin to have trouble managing all my pictures at home and I would like to avoid having a special software at home and a different one on the VPS.
It seems that Photostructure could provide an elegant answer but I am not sure. Perhaps installing 2 instance of Photostructure (at home and on the VPS) which could somehow be synchronized on a subset of the pictures (the one I want published ?).
Having only Photostructure on the VPS would not work as I don’t have the hard drive space on the VPS.
And having only Photostructure on the home server would also not work, as it is not online 24h/24.
Anyway it is really nice to see Photostructure developing ! I hope that I can jump on the bandwagon later.