Butler SOS is distributed under the MIT license.
Copyright (c) 2023 Göran Sander
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of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
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THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
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GitHub probably keep log files for GitHub Pages, your visit to this documentation site is thus likely to be recorded there. For questions about such logs you should contact GitHub.
Plausible is used to track general site usage. The collected data is not shared with any third parties.
Aggregated data may be used to determine, and in some cases publicly communicate, how popular the site is.
Examples of aggregated metrics are how many users have visited the site and from where in the world they accessed the site.
If enabled in the config file, Butler SOS will send anonymous telemetry data to PostHog, with data stored within the EU.
A detailed description of what’s included in the telemetry datais found here.
Ptarmigan Labs collects this information to better understand
- what the execution environment looks like for Butler SOS out there, and
- which Butler SOS features are used/not used
The purpose of the telemetry data is ultimately to aid in future development of Butler SOS, focusing on the most used features and execution environments.
If you want your historical telemetry data to be deleted, you must provide Ptarmigan Labs with the system ID mentioned in the logs when Butler SOS is starting.
This ID is what identifies your specific instance of Butler SOS.
Until you tell Ptarmigan Labs what your ID is there is no link between you and that ID.
The idea is simply that the anonymous telemetry should be just that: anonymous.