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GDPR Bundle

Thank you for looking into my GDPR compliance extensions. To save you some time (and 20%), I've created a software bundle containing my GDPR extensions.

  1. Fields - Terms of Service
    • Meets the GDPR requirement for consent tracking.
  2. Profile History
    • Meets the GDPR requirement to notify users of profile field changes.
  3. System - Required Fields
    • Works with Fields - Terms of Service, to require users to consent to new terms.

Detail about the GDPR can be found here: http://www.privacy-regulation.eu/en/19.htm

I'm not going to go into depth for each extension, you can follow the links above to see more information. If you're interested in taking advantage of the discount, return to this page.

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Building a better Joomla

I recently read an article by Michael Babker on Brian Teeman's site. The article, titled "Joomla! 4.0 or Next, Joomla! Platform or Framework, WTF is going on!?", and I must agree with many of the (harshly moderated) comments, WTF!?! Many members of the development team, and even the well respected Amy Stephens was silenced. Again, I say WTF?

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New JED Requirement

I find this very interesting, and a bit of bad news for some hobby developers. A new JED requirement will essentially label some extensions as being "insecure" even though there is no evidence that they are.

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No more MooTools in Joomla?

So, I was doing some research into Joomla 3.0 due to be released in the next few months and I came across something that really upset me. The Joomla 3.0 jQuery Integration Plan

Somehow, those responsible for the future of Joomla decided that it was a good idea to disregard the wisdom of their predecessors - who in their infinite wisdom realized that MooTools was the superior library.

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