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A few years ago, i read an interview from ma.tt and i remember that at the following question “What will be your next move after wordpress ?”, ma.tt answered something like “maybe coding a bank”.
At that time, i had a long experience working in IT departments of banks and thought that this would be a HUGE challenge.
But today, thanks to GDPR, his dream might come true ! and here is why !
Just to announce that i released a new plugin called GDPress.
GDPress is providing tools for privacy.
Releasing today MailPress 7.1 RC
This release is currently under test on mailpress.org but i am waiting until the end of the month before releasing 7.1.
So, not for production but for test only.
As i worked on privacy (see my last post),
i was trying to figure out :
- What will be the future of mail inside wordpress ?
- What will be the next move ?
- How will they get thru future privacy needs ?
So i decided to work on a new document.
Here it is …
MailPress 7.1 is on its way. It fixes some bugs.
It also includes some extra code to stick to the WP privacy approach.
More to come when released.
Since june last year Google Maps has changed its pricing policy. Maps are used in MailPress at three different places (may be 4 !), depending on which addons you are using. It was then important for MailPress to switch to other alternatives. Continue reading