Users should be able to delete their datas without any admin intervention.
cli tool is not user's compliant :)
Users should be able to delete (not just deactivate) their datas without any admin intervention.
Ian Whitlock commented
@ahmad, if an instance wishes to have public sign-ups, instance owners must comply with user requests to remove data, especially in Europe due to the GDPR. This feature would allow instance operators to open their instances to European citizens without needing to manually intervene to remove user data whenever a European citizen removed their account & wanted to take their data with them.
@Abel Millot : bonjour, ce n'est pas le bon endroit pour en faire la demande.
Vous devez passer sur https://contact.framasoft.org/fr/ depuis l'adresse qui a créé l'équipe.
Vous êtes ici sur un site n'appartenant pas à Framasoft mais à mattermost.
Abel Millot commented
Merci de supprimer la Framateam que j'avais créée avec cette adresse mail.
Elle n'est pas utilisée.
I understand your point of view. In this case (I'm not the one who ask this feature), Mattermost is offered to a large public : anyone can create his account or his team (it's not reserved to a company or organization).
And final user may want to delete his account or one of his teams when he doesn't need anymore mattermost.
The organization which hosts this service doesn't really like personnal data and rathers do let people make their choice to delete their personnal data.
In this case, user must ask the organisation who host and offer this service to delete a team or his account.
It would be easier if any user could delete his own account or one of his team alone :)
Ahmad Danial Mohammad commented
I think it is good to have a layer of approval to delete data for audit and security purposes. May I know the use case behind this?