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

The Tech Talk

The internet is a great place for families. It gives us new opportunities to discover the world, connect with others and just generally make our lives easier and more colorful. But it also comes with new challenges and complications for the people raising…

via The Mozilla Blog

Generating flamegraphs of your meson.build

While doing some memory profiling work on muon recently, I revisited some old tracy integrations. After adding instrumentation for object allocations, I realized it would be trivial to instrument each meson builtin function call by wrapping the dispatch site …

via mochiro.moe

In praise of qemu

qemu is another in a long line of great software started by Fabrice Bellard. It provides virtual machines for a wide variety of software architectures. Combined with KVM, it forms the foundation of nearly all cloud services, and it runs SourceHut in our self…

via Drew DeVault's blog

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