|Tim Schuster ef74a39f44 Fixed bug in README||10 months ago|
|cmd/skeletor||10 months ago|
|.gitignore||10 months ago|
|README.md||10 months ago|
|buildjs.sh||10 months ago|
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|create_dist.sh||10 months ago|
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Small, fast and efficient analytics service with InfluxDB.
Skeletor’s main purpose is to replace Google Analytics for pure Analytics (not Tracking)
It uses InfluxDB for logging the incoming analytics data and Echo (Labstack) as a HTTP framework. All assets are cached in memory and cached in the browser via Expires and Cache-Control headers.
To install skeletor, run the script
create_dish.sh, it will create a subfolder called
dist- with a hash depending on your architecture and current date.
If you are hosting skeletor on another domain as the website you are logging with, please edit
s.js and run
buildjs.sh, this requires uglifyjs to be installed.
Once you have deployed skeletor, you can gather analytics by including a script tag;
Skeletor binds to
0.0.0.0:8080 so it is recommended to deploy it in a container.
The dummy backend is intended for logging and debugging purposes
This backend logs to a configured InfluxDB server.
For configuration, check the contents of
No this is not a tracker. No data is collected that allows direct tracking of a single user and internal interfaces do not allow correlating single data points with eachother.
DNT is a header that is sent to indicate a user does not want to be tracked. According to the upcoming ePrivacy law (coming in effect after May 2018) this header will be default in browsers and is legally binding.
However, skeletor is not a tracker. Therefore DNT is ignored. However, the DNT setting will be reported to the backend so website owners can see statistics on DNT deployment.
Please file an issue with the tool, Skeletor is not a tracker, it does not collect sensitive data.
Privacy Tools blocking Skeletor is okay but it shouldn’t be default since Skeletor is a First-Party analytics tool so no third-parties will receive any data from users.