rich at richleland.com
Mon Apr 26 15:48:56 CEST 2010
Agreed. Given that this topic is of concern and important to users I think
Ethan's recommendation for adding privacy to the goals is worthy:
> Develop a working set of privacy guidelines that would apply to the
> Python.org website. Clarify internal Python.org privacy
> stance/policies and how these policies translate to issues such as
> site metrics collection on python.org. Establish provisional stance on
> how privacy policies relate (if at all) to social media communities
> related to Python. Develop links or simple guidelines for users that
> wish to increase their online privacy settings.
rich at richleland.com
On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 6:57 AM, Steve Holden <steve at holdenweb.com> wrote:
> Patrick Ben Koetter wrote:
> > * "Martin v. Löwis" <martin at v.loewis.de>:
> >>>> Well, first you have to rewrite the code (and some kind of UI even if
> >>>> through the command line) that is already in analytics... So yes
> >>>> possible in theory, not likely in practise (unless someone does write
> >>>> advanced log file analyser in Python).
> > Steve Mcinterney maintains a fork from webalizer called awffull that can
> > more sophisticated web analysis and Steve works for Ubuntu. Barry knows
> him. I
> > am quite confident Steve would sit down and add functionality if we asked
> > I've been working with him on it for some time.
> >>> Sounds like a fun project. I'd do it if I had a few weeks of holidays
> >>> coming up. Well, instead, I'll visit the U.S. ;)
> >> Actually, awstats already reports entry and exit pages.
> > At our company we do not want to use external providers to analyse
> > date either. We are constantly looking for ways and means to leave the
> > with the website owners.
> > A project that aims to do what Google Analytics does is PIWIK. It's not
> > version 1 yet and its written in PHP, but you might want to give it a
> look at
> > http://piwik.org/.
> Once again, let's not get into talking technologies until we've defined
> the problem ...
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