Weblate is a company and want to add their terms of service in the website they host for us. This terms contain GDPR requirements.
The question to solve is: should we use these terms or the Fedora ones.
Of we use the Fedora ones, we need to allow the weblate company to handle personal data of Fedora contributors. They provided a draft document to do so.
This subject was handled by Brian, I'm sure there is missing information here, sorry about that.
-------- Courriel d’origine --------
De : Tom Callaway <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Envoyé : 2 décembre 2019 18:17:57 GMT+01:00
À : Discussions with the Fedora Council and community <email@example.com>
Objet : Re: Approval required: Weblate deployment
Can you elaborate on the legal concerns here? I don't see any in the ticket
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