I scanned in thousands of my parents' old family slides. What I'd like to do is post them somewhere online or on a home server, with a password, in a way that enables other family members to indicate who's who in the photos, and add notes. The files are large. There are free sites that allow commenting but storage and/or file size is limited. I suppose Facebook would do what I want, and is integrated with Aperture (which is what I use), but man.....Facebook? I hate the idea of handing over all that info. And it would have to be public since some folks I want to share it with are not in my "friends" list (at least I think that's how it would work). I have my own domains (on netsol) and so would rather put it there. Ideally, it would be iWeb + hosting on my domains + ability to comment. But iWeb only allows commenting on Apple's site (which is gone). Netsol has built in photo hosting, but it's crap and doesn't allow commenting. I guess the best thing would be to add some functionality to my domains on Netsol to allow commenting and/or identifying faces. It wouldn't integrate with Aperture, so it might be a pain to pull down any new info people post. Oh, well. Any suggestions?