My opinion is that of Gerald's. I believe in privacy first, data second.

On Mar 30, 2011 8:55 AM, "Gerald Britton" <gerald.britton@gmail.com> wrote:
> I was ambivalent but am coming over to the "privacy-first" camp.
> Consider the Unix model: You can't do anything you're not explicitly
> permitted to do. That means that you can't usually run programs in
> /sbin that might destroy your system or reformat the partition holding
> /boot and other foot-gun ops, just to give a couple of examples. If
> you want to mess things up, you have to so something proactive (like
> run sudo).
>
> I think our handling of privacy-related issues should be like that.
> By default your privacy and that of those in your database should be
> protected. You should have to do something proactive to lift that
> protection.
>
> On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 9:47 AM, Colin Reynolds
> <colin.reinhold@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On March 29, 2011 23:37:25 Duncan Lithgow wrote:
>>> Regarding bug report #4055
>>> http://www.gramps-project.org/bugs/view.php?id=4055
>>>
>>> We'd like to hear users thoughts, and we understand that lots of users
>>> don't have accounts on the bug tracker - so here is the discussion so
>>> far.
>>  Put me down as equivocal also. However most of the alternatives to Gramps
>> that I have looked at seem to default to hiding living people. This argues
>> for making that the default in Gramps also so that those who have not
>> considered the issue and are new to Gramps will get the privacy they may
>> expect.
>>
>> Colin.
>>
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