I would like to set up a GDPR compliant install of a system with some
common sofortware like email and so on for debian lex. Thats much more
work at basic stuff for a system then many people would expect. It cant
be done by one person.
I never published my system. That takes me in position to think over and
be free for a clear view.
I can not use j-lawer so this might be a step forward for someone, not
I am Lawyer and developer (C++/PHP) and want to get things done properly.
I dont want again java, I really tried hard to avoid this but it still
remains in minds of people as usefull. I better go with C++.
Am 11.10.19 um 09:45 schrieb Dr. Michael Stehmann:
yes, j-lawyer is Free Software, so everybody can use, studx, share and
But it still has to be packed as a debian package.
That is a manageable task (IMO) and a good next thing to do (IMO).