WACS creates a adult web site environment with many best-of-breed features
including model catalogs, attribute-based searches, latest additions
highlighting, photographer catalogs and automatic downloads. It can be used
either to store a personal collection or to build a commercial website.
It includes a full user environment, collection management toolset, programming
API and a customizable sample website template. The API is available in both
perl and php5. It is fundamentally different from other image management
systems in that it handles photosets and video clips as single entities rather
than individual images.
WACS runs on a Linux/Unix server and provides all you need to store, preuse and
catalogue a personal collection of adult material or to run a commercial
adult (aka porn) web server.
It's a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/PHP) application, although it also
works with other databases and platforms (a Windows version is under
It also includes the ability to automatically monitor and download sets
by favourite models from subscription web sites.
It consists of over 50,000 lines of perl and uses a choice of industry
standard databases such as MySQL or Oracle as the back end.
THERE IS NO ADULT CONTENT HERE!
but there is on
our demo site!
|WACS is a tool for building adult web sites - either for
your personal use to index and store a collection or as the toolkit to
build a commercial site.
Wacs 0.9.1 Feature Freeze
We've made it. Wacs 0.9.1 has now reached feature freeze and we're working
on the release candidates. The unexpected extra delay was caused by a
decision to upgrade our build systems to Fedora 18 and Ubuntu Precise
respectively. Fedora 18 was the most problematic with the change to
Apache 2.4 as the web server - still the WACS code is now compatible and
we're ready to adapt to use it as it becomes the standard version in other
Beaky, March 21st, 2013
Wacs 0.9.1 approaches feature freeze
Wacs 0.9.1 should be out this year, hopefully in time for Christmas as we
just approach the feature freeze moment for this release. The new content
caching system is now in place and we're made WACS compatible with web hosting
sites such as godaddy who use .pl extensions instead of cgi-bin directories.
WACS also now works on ports other than port 80, so you can hide it anyway on
an unpriviledged port number if you wish to. And of course there's are new
tag editor and better support for hosting commercial websites with WACS.
Beaky - December 7th, 2012
Wacs 0.9.1 development in progress
We're hard at work on Wacs 0.9.1! The tag system has been much improved
with the addition of a brand new editor and work is already underway on a
new content caching and authentication system which should vastly improve
the download experience. Watch this space or check out the progress on the
Beaky - October 1st, 2012