On Thu, 2006-12-21 at 10:09 -0500, Gerald Britton wrote:
> The database was sent as part of a bug report. Alex requested it
> since he could not reproduce the bug on his own.
Yes, I did. For the future, if you are sending private data, the
good practice would be to email it directly to myself or Don
(or whoever is requesting it). Your data is safe with us.
That said, we don't particularly care if the data is real or
fictional. All we need is to reproduce the issue. So I never know
if the attached datafile is just a mockup or real data. My point
is that it is ultimately your call to protect your data. I assumed
that whatever you uploading to the bug report can be uploaded
by your judgment. Apparently you relied on the bug report being
In any case, now we all know the situation. So let's keep fictional
or otherwise non-private data on the tracker and private data
in private exchange.
> Alex, perhaps you can download the database to your own machine and
> delete the copy on the web site?
I have deleted two instances of that file from two bug reports,
as well as another gedcom file from another report. As far as I can
see, the data is gone, so even with the access to the website it
cannot be obtained. I checked all your bug reports and it seems
that there's no more. But please let me know if there's anything
else to remove.
Alexander Roitman http://www.gramps-project.org