On 2011-09-14 21:25, Stefan Küng wrote:
> I've been thinking about gathering usage data for TSVN. If we had such
> data, for example about how many times a command is used, we could find
> out which commands are rarely used and which ones are used the most.
> What server type is used (http(s), svn, svn+ssh, ...), and maybe even
> how many users are using which version of TSVN.
> That data then would get 'uploaded' to my Google Analytics account.
> Using events, we could set a value for each statistics so we can
> gather the data for a while and only upload it e.g. once a week.
> To avoid issues with users, here's how I thought this should work:
> * TSVN gathers the data automatically, saves it in a file in
> * with the check for updates (the one that checks whether a new version
> of TSVN is available), a dialog pops up asking the user whether TSVN is
> allowed to send the data. The dialog shows the data that is sent in a
> text control like this:
> and the dialog would have four buttons
> [Send][always send][not now][never send]
> * the dialog also explains why we want the data, that we don't use it
> for anything else, ...
> * if [Send] or [always send] is clicked, the data is sent to Google
> * if [not now] is clicked, the dialog is shown again in a week. if
> [never send] is clicked, the data is never sent and the dialog is also
> never shown again.
Where you can change that settings once you change your mind ?
I guest you thought about OS, using T-Merge - this may request to
> * would that cause users to get angry and make them think of TSVN as
> * would you personally send
I would, just a note good custom is to allow see what's going to be send.
> the data or not? If not, why?
> * if you're in a company, would your company policy allow sending the data?
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Received on 2011-09-14 23:00:18 CEST