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How not to figure out why people use alternatives

How not to figure out why people use alternatives

Posted Feb 15, 2012 18:31 UTC (Wed) by deinspanjer (guest, #82864)
In reply to: How not to figure out why people use alternatives by KotH
Parent article: Tracking users

This proposal is not about collecting person related information. It was built from the ground up to avoid personal information. It has technical features such as using a constantly changing document identifier as well as policy features such as explicitly ensuring that the IP address and previous document IDs are not linked into the data. It provides a very clear view of the data that is collected, to the extent it even provides a tool to allow an interested user to review the data and discover potential problems or useful performance or stability characteristics about their installation locally. It also provides a means for a user to delete the information about their installation from our servers if they choose, and both the client code and the server code is available as open source.


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