That's an amazing find... I didn't even know there was a Gallery 1 section way back in 2010 when the gallery project website was still active. I also found something else about Gallery 1 that some may find very useful -- a section on "Customizing Gallery 1":
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When Brad released the first 3.1.1 update and Gallery 3 became officially "revived" I contacted Bharat about this issue and other things. Bharat is the last of the old Development Team and had assumed control over everything Gallery 3 (not just the galleryproject website, but he's also listed as the only "contact" at all the downloading sites like SourceForge and Softaculous -- all of which still offer the 8-year old Gallery 3.0.9 as the "latest" version available. This really needs to be changed because people will continue to try to install version 3.0.9 into hosting accounts running PHP 7 and hit a dead end, leaving them to believe that Gallery really is dead.
At that time Bharat seemed reluctant to turn control over any of it to anyone else, but I am going to try getting in contact with him again. He does seem to be trying to move a lot of the old project pages to his menalto.com site as "hidden pages" -- meaning if you don't know the proper URL you can't access them from the www.menalto.com home page -- right now the "proper URL" is http://gallery.menalto.com/forum.html -- unfortunately it is not running under https: which will make it difficult for some people to access them. I suspect he is hosting menalto.com on at the same sever where what's left of the old galleryproject.org is hosted.
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