No More Analytics

This page used to use Plausible Analytics, but that is no more.

Although I really like what Plausible stands for, if I want to continue to fight data harvesting and user tracking at a personal level, I need to stop doing it to my readers.

Because I use uBlock Origin, I wasn’t even being tracked on my own site by default. If I don’t track myself, I shouldn’t track you.

From today forward, this site will be analytics free. If you are interested in privacy-respecting analytics however, Plausible is the company to go to. Their co-founders are awesome, and their product is competitive.

Plus, I no longer have to spend money for my subscription that I almost never used :).

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Articles from blogs I follow

Brainstorming Async Rust's Shiny Future

On March 18th, we announced the start of the Async Vision Doc process. Since then, we've landed 24 "status quo" stories and we have 4 more stories in open PRs; Ryan Levick and I have also hosted more than ten collaborative writing sessions ove…

via Rust Blog April 14, 2021

Mozilla partners with NVIDIA to democratize and diversify voice technology

As technology makes massive shift to voice-enabled products, NVIDIA invests $1.5 million in Mozilla Common Voice to transform the voice recognition landscape  Over the next decade, speech is expected to … Read more The post Mozilla partners with NVIDIA to …

via The Mozilla Blog April 12, 2021

The Developer Certificate of Origin is a great alternative to a CLA

Today Amazon released their fork of ElasticSearch, OpenSearch, and I want to take a moment to draw your attention to one good decision in particular: its use of the Developer Certificate of Origin (or “DCO”). Previously: ElasticSearch does not belong to Elast…

via Drew DeVault's blog April 12, 2021

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