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Dada Mail 11 Released

May 21st 2018

From: Hello everyone, I released Dada Mail v11 yesterday night, which has all the changes to help make it more compliant with the GDPR. This is basically the changelog: http://dadamailproject.com/d/gdpr_guide.pod.html If this issue affects you, do upgrade as soon as you can. Reports of issues found with this new version are greatly appreciated, https://github.com/justingit/dada-mail/issues ...Continue Reading

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May 21st 2018

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May 20th 2018

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Re: GDPR Issues

May 14th 2018

Thanks for the update - sounds really good. Not exactly GDPR related, but while you are in there… is there a way to have child themes that we can control without modifying Dada core? So that upon upgrade, the style changes would not be overwritten? It could be as simple as a line of code calling a child theme’s stylesheet after the dada stylesheets (so it cascades to where the child theme overrides the stylesheets that ship with Dada). I looked and don’t see where it is currently possible, but I ...Continue Reading

Re: GDPR Issues

May 14th 2018

From: Hello everyone, Update on GDPR stuff: * Adding explicit consents per-list is now supported in Dada Mail at time of sign up. Any subscription requests will be recorded, along with what the user has consented to, and a ton of metadata like date/time, ip, request url - that kinda stuff. * Privacy Policy will also be recorded. Both of these can be update (but really shouldn't all that much) and all consents/privacy policies will be saved to be able to be looked up at a later date, if needed. * ...Continue Reading

Re: GDPR Issues

May 10th 2018

On May 10, 2018, at 3:05 PM, Justin J [1]justin@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] <[2]dadadev@PROTECTED> wrote: Well right now, you could track clickthrough, and open rates, without recording the email addresses that did those things. Would that be enough? I would have to do some research on how one would track and record anonymous-yet-tied-to-an-address info. I don't think there's a way, as whatever you use to anonymize an address could be used to reveal the addres ...Continue Reading

Re: GDPR Issues

May 10th 2018

From: > On May 10, 2018, at 12:45 PM, Mary Ann Kelley maryann@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] wrote: > From: maryann@PROTECTED > > Do you anticipate making anonymized clickthrough tracking available, or at a minimum open rates? I use those extensively in every mailing. Well right now, you could track clickthrough, and open rates, without recording the email addresses that did those things. Would that be enough? I would have to do some research on how one would track and record an ...Continue Reading

Re: GDPR Issues

May 10th 2018

On May 10, 2018, at 12:30 PM, Justin J [1]justin@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] <[2]dadadev@PROTECTED> wrote: That'll be quite beyond the pale of this most recent work. Certainly something I can revisit in the coming months. For now, I'm considering disabling (not removing the feature, just disabling the options) clickthrough/open/etc tracking tied to emails, to make those consent checkboxes a lot easier to write moving forward. Do you anticipate making anonymized ...Continue Reading

RE: GDPR Issues

May 10th 2018

From: "An EU law that affects businesses based here? How could that be?" You will have to ask Mr Zuckerberg that one 😊 -----Original Message----- From: dadadev@PROTECTED Sent: 10 May 2018 17:40 To: Dada Mail Developers Subscriber Subject: Re: [dadadev] GDPR Issues From: justin@PROTECTED > On May 10, 2018, at 8:05 AM, Doug Levey douglevey@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] wrote: > > From: douglevey@PROTECTED > There are lots of people running around making a lot of money from ...Continue Reading

Re: GDPR Issues

May 10th 2018

From: > On May 10, 2018, at 8:05 AM, Doug Levey douglevey@PROTECTED [Dada Mail Developers] wrote: > > From: douglevey@PROTECTED > There are lots of people running around making a lot of money from GDPR over here at present. Smells a little bit like Y2K all over again... My feeling is that most entities are going to be completely unprepared for GDPR, but us in the States.. it's a hard pill to swallow, right? An EU law that affects businesses based here? How could that be? > Anyway, ...Continue Reading
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