luceos Thanks for this - very comforting to know that this is still "out there" (so to speak) and there is incentive and momentum via Blomstra
I will only tolerate the extension to be open source and I think we need to vouch (as a community) that it is maintained, functional and above all compliant.
This point is pertinent, and means the most to me as a community member. I'm more than happy to contribute both in code, knowledge, and expertise in the field (as you know)
luceos we have other priorities right now. This means we will be able to co-maintain it or start working on it later this year.
Again, this is also very comforting. I fully understand the priorities, but on the flip side, Blomstra would need to be compliant in order to offer it's services 🙂
I need to reinforce that my view here isn't just "well, there's no GDPR extension, so I'm off..." - it's about the interests of Flarum as a wider project, and it's uptake in the EU, which we cannot ignore - both for project longevity and legal reasons.