I'm now using Plausible Analytics

Posted April 09, 2021 with tags #site

For now, I’m trying out a self-hosted instance of Plausible Analytics with this website. I was tempted to go with the hosted option for a while, but I prefer having more control with a self-hosted arrangement.

Setup so far has been smooth, since the self-hosted option is run as a set of Docker containers. I ran into some TLS erros when interacting with Mailgun from the main Elixir app, but I’ve found a workaround using the bundled SMTP server that will be fine for now.

Alongside this, I’m adding a page on privacy to this site as well. I don’t really need a privacy policy, but I don’t see any harm in being transparent about how I operate.

Thanks for reading!

Niko from the video game OneShot

I’m a developer with a passion for web development and automation!

I use this blog to write about my interests. They’re usually tech-related, but there’s also the odd music and gaming piece too.

If you’re wondering, this is Niko from the game OneShot. You should play OneShot.

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For now, goodbye Raspberry Pi →