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09/15/2014 04:45:05 PM (7 years ago)
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markhowellsmead
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  • Ticket #11877, comment 9

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    33Perhaps that's historically been the case, because few people using WordPress have both the technical know-how and the usage incentive to recognize the benefit of what I'll admit is an advanced feature. It's a detail which is overlooked by (or unimportant for) many, if not most, content creators.
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    5 However, 500px.com (one of the more technically modern online image handlers) retain EXIF and IPTC, and I'll wager that Getty and Facebook does too. These are both photographer environments, obviously. Online file protection is a global issue and it would be good if WordPress could step up to the mark on this and show that it supports (amongst other things) better copyright support.
     5However, 500px.com (one of the more technically modern online image handlers) retain EXIF and IPTC, and I'll wager that Getty does too. These are both photographer environments, obviously. Online file protection is a global issue and it would be good if WordPress could step up to the mark on this and show that it supports (amongst other things) better copyright support.
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    77Anyway: I've been using WordPress since its inception, so I guess it's time I stopped waffling and rolled up my sleeves to provide some submittable code. :) improved-gd-editor Is a step in the right direction, but I need to examine (non-WordPress) code I already have to see whether all of the requisite data is covered.