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Buggy cookie consent prompts on tiki.org

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Hi,

On 12/6/2018 8:43 PM, Torsten Fabricius wrote:
> Dito.
>
> So if it is already optional, shouldn't we deactivate the tick box on
> *.tiki.org ?
>
> Regards
> Torsten
>
> PS
> @Gary: +/-1 ? :-D

I wrote +1 / -1 without spaces and it got converted to the plus-or-minus
character (maybe not in all email clients?) - not what I intended but
kind of neat.

-- Gary


>
>
> On 12/6/18 5:51 AM, Gary Cunningham-Lee wrote:
>> Thanks, jonny. I've made a mental note to check feature options before
>> adding a +/-1 on things ;-).
>>
>> — Gary
>>
>> On 12/6/2018 3:06 AM, Jonny Bradley wrote:
>>>
>>> The checkbox is optional, if you clear the text from the
>>> cookie_consent_question pref ("Cookie consent question") then you
>>> just get the "continue" or whatever button.
>>>
>>> As the help text there says:
>>>
>>>> Specific question next to the checkbox for agreement. Leave empty to
>>>> not display a checkbox.
>>>
>>> Re the "can't click on anything without cookie consent - this must be
>>> a regression or browser weirdness, the only thing i think that should
>>> be prevented is logging in... which is exactly what happens on my
>>> local 19.x - everything's ok until i click on the password in the
>>> login popup.
>>>
>>> Maybe there's a config error or some borken javascript on tiki.org?
>>>
>>> jonny
>>>
>>> p.s. Re the checkbox legality, i believe that in the initial drafts
>>> and implementation of the law (in the UK anyway) said specifically
>>> that users has to acknowledge consent and then click continue, but i
>>> think most people thought that was nonsense so it was diluted,
>>> perhaps only in usage if not the strict letter of the law.
>>>
>>> p.p.s. I did see an option on a site recently that offered the choice
>>> of only bothering EU located users with this rubbish, which i thought
>>> was a nice touch, but we'd need a F/LOSS IP to country lookup service
>>> for that.
>>>
>>>
>>>> On 5 Dec 2018, at 16:37, Gary Cunningham-Lee
>>>> <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> +1 to getting rid of the checkbox and having a simple statement that
>>>> using the site means agreeing to the use of cookies, and maybe this
>>>> is where the link to the privacy policy should be. I agree with
>>>> Torsten that the simple cookie-use statement is almost always used
>>>> rather than a checkbox.
>>>>
>>>> — Gary
>>>>
>>>> On 12/6/2018 1:12 AM, Torsten Fabricius wrote:
>>>>> Hi @all,
>>>>> is the tick-box necessary at all, I mean by law?
>>>>> The cookie consents are growing all over the place and nearly
>>>>> nowhere they are with tickbox.
>>>>> Maybe we could make the double-consent at least optional?
>>>>> Is it possible in Tiki to use the website non-logged-in without
>>>>> consent and thus not use the data tracking codes like Piwik/Matomo
>>>>> etcetera?
>>>>> Afaik from GDPR it is less necessary to ask for a double consent
>>>>> (tickbox+Ok instead only Ok), but much more necesary to let people
>>>>> use the site without data-tracking instead of forcing them to
>>>>> accept or to leave.
>>>>> Just some unformed thoughts to cookie cosent.
>>>>> What's your opinion?
>>>>> Regards
>>>>> Torsten
>>>>> On 12/5/18 5:04 PM, Cloutier, Philippe (DGARI-Consultant) wrote:
>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> De : Cloutier, Philippe (DGARI-Consultant)
>>>>>>> Envoyé : 1 mars 2018 10:54
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>> On https://tiki.org/tiki-index.php I see this box at the top:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> This site would like to place cookies on your computer to help us
>>>>>>> make it better. To find out more about the cookies, see our
>>>>>>> Privacy Policy. Be also aware that upon registering the data you
>>>>>>> entered will be saved on our server. If you do not want this, do
>>>>>>> not register.
>>>>>>> I accept cookies from this site.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> If I click anywhere other than on the checkbox (for example, on "
>>>>>>> I accept cookies from this site."), I get a JavaScript alert
>>>>>>> which reads "Sorry, cookie consent required". The only button
>>>>>>> offered is "OK", and clicking it only brings the same alert
>>>>>>> again, until "OK" is clicked for a fourth time.
>>>>>>> This could cause the site to appear (largely) unusable to less
>>>>>>> obstinate users (as well as more obstinate users who actually do
>>>>>>> not want cookies). In any case, the site is excessively painful
>>>>>>> to use if one does not agree to cookies.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> It appears this has finally been fixed. Nevertheless, I just
>>>>>> watched a colleague click the Continue button trying to get rid of
>>>>>> that without having checked the checkbox. In that scenario, the
>>>>>> remark box disappears, but the site keeps complaining about cookie
>>>>>> consent. So there's still a bug. Perhaps the Continue button can
>>>>>> be disabled. Or could we save visitors a click and just have an "I
>>>>>> accept" button?
>>>>>>
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