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From Roberto Galoppini <>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] Removing all tracking from AOO sites
Date Mon, 16 May 2016 07:43:41 GMT

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> On 16 mag 2016, at 09:07, Marcus <> wrote:
> Am 05/16/2016 12:02 AM, schrieb Andrea Pescetti:
>> Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:
>>> Remove all tracking elements from AOO-authored and published web pages.
>> As it is, I don't like this proposal. I mean, removing Google Analytics
>> for example is quite a strong move since we don't have anything equally
>> informative in place. Sure, we could use other systems (and in principle
>> I would support this option) or collect nothing, but the "We are not
>> using it" argument is not really strong for analytics where the
>> historical values are important; so what we collect today may be useful
>> in future, even if we don't use it today.
> simply +1


>>> browsers now report
>>> that there is insecure content being provided on some of the pages
>> This is a much narrower case and here I agree that we should
>> investigate/remove. But so long as something works well I don't see a
>> reason to remove it; I don't like it very much, but others have used it
>> in the past and may need to use it in future.
> The proposal from Dennis and the reason for it is not connected - at least this is my
> The reason for browser error messages that HTTP and HTTPS content is mixed-up is in no
relation with collecting some data about website visitors.
> I also think we should keep the analytics stuff like it is and concentrate on the problems
that just results in a wrong usage of URLs in the HTML code on some webpages.

Fully agree. Only issue maybe to comunicate clearly and properly we do use cookies for such
a purpose, as recommended by few national regulations.


> Marcus
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