Raised unknown of unknown
(unknown = unknown or unknown)
Suggested by Adam on Mon
CCPA is very similar to to GDPR, but I can see 3 important extra considerations...
1) Most organisations do not need to comply, due to various limits and thresholds
2) You need to have a 'Do Not Sell My Personal Information' link if you sell personal information
3) You need to provide at least 2 ways…
Suggested by Chris Graham on 12th July 2019
Currently we have a commented out feature (commented out in CALENDAR_MAIN_SCREEN.tpl) for the overlay of RSS feeds to the calendar.
The user picks what feeds to overlay.
This is really bloaty.
It's a nice feature, but it should just be controlled via an admin option listing what feeds to overlay, it d…
Suggested by Chris Graham on 6th July 2019
If you upload a file as a part of a content submission, and that submission never goes through for some reason (all kinds of error conditions could happen) - then delete the file from uploads/ while exiting.
Suggested by Chris Graham on 3rd July 2019
The code strips the trailing line from a file containing a single line...
// Strip off trailing final lines from single lines templates. Editors often put these in, and it causes annoying "visible space" issues
if ((substr($template_contents, -1, 1) === "\n") && (substr_count($template_contents, "\n"…
Suggested by Chris Graham on 28th June 2019
Raised 0% of 30 credits
(30 credits = 5 hours or $204.83)
We put out v10.1, but decided to never have it leave beta, due to limited development resources and a desire to focus on v11.
We can't screw over people who decided to go to the beta, so we have to have some kind of upgrade path for these users.
That may just be an upgrade script they can run.
Suggested by Chris Graham on 27th June 2019
Currently the stats clearance (which creates a backup first) runs in real-time, but this may timeout, so should be done in a background task.
Suggested by Chris Graham on 21st June 2019
Raised 0% of 18 credits
(18 credits = 3 hours or $122.90)
Currently the default is for rep-images to be sized to thumbnail size when you upload them (resize_rep_image function).
This makes little sense for multiple reasons:
1) Rep-image size is not necessarily going to have anything to do with thumbnail size. For example, the image in the corner of a news art…
Suggested by Chris Graham on 17th June 2019