When you visit BuzzFeed, they record lots of information about you. Most websites record some information. BuzzFeed record a whole ton. I’ll start with the fairly mundane stuff, and then move on to one example of some slightly more scary stuff. First: The Mundane Bits Here’s a snapshot of what BuzzFeed records when you land on a […]
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Gotta filter those SEO values just right:
A Quick Template Tag to create Google Analytics Event Tracking on links. Built on behalf of CFO Publishing.
I don’t really see anyone doing this in a way that guarantees completely safe strings for event tracking or custom variables. I think this way does, especially for strings with quote marks in them, which could be nasty. Thoughts?
Working on setting up an AMI for people to run Etherpad Lite. This one is built using the BitNami node.js install.
Right now, this is the most basic possible install. All that’s been done is everything has been installed and the correct ports open. You still have to start it from the command line and no configuration or security options have been enabled. However, I figure it is a good start.
If you pop this up and have a good configuration set up, pass it along by sharing your AMI as well.
Once running, the Etherpad Lite install is available from yourAMIurl:9001/.
This set up will one day be a lot easier to use and is currently still quite technical, but is, at least, less technical to set up than before and is a great alternative for those who want to run Participad, but don’t have the command line access needed to set up Etherpad Lite on a shared server.
Stand by for more updates on this AMI, with better configuration.