[pmwiki-users] Google Analytics
alanh at email.unc.edu
Wed Aug 23 12:13:53 CDT 2006
OK, I'm in agreement as long as someone can point me to the "google
analytics recipe." Googling for "pmwiki google analytics recipe"
didn't turn it up. ;-)
On 8/23/06, Tom <celok at gmx.net> wrote:
> Without much ado, i fully agree to this opinion.
> In short: "Please do not make any Google/Yahoo/AnyThingElse a core feature."
> Just my two cents.
> (Actually my objection in this case is (amongst the general reasons)
> based on Google's censoring policy in China.)
> Best Regards,
> Neil Herber schrieb am 23.08.2006 16:56 Uhr:
> > At 2006-08-22 10:51 PM -0400, Alan Hoyle is rumored to have said:
> >> I am personally in favor of adding the option to Core as well. I run
> >> a few instances of PmWiki and use Google Analytics on a couple of
> >> them.
> > Initially I thought that this was a non-issue and so said nothing.
> > Now, however, I have a few worries about the slippery slope that
> > inclusion in the core presents. Rather than being a purely
> > open-source project, PmWiki will have some components embedded in it
> > that are of a commercial nature. There may already be such components
> > in PmWiki, but I am not aware of them - so shame on me if they are there.
> > I know that at least one of my clients would be concerned about
> > having Google "code" inside PmWiki even if it is something that needs
> > to be switched on by the admin. They have no problems with recipes,
> > because they are clearly not part of the basic system and can be
> > omitted or inserted as required.
> > They are not concerned about how users have "found" their sites,
> > because for the most part they are closed. If they went to the Google
> > page http://www.google.com/analytics/ , the heading that says
> > "Integrated with Adwords" would be enough to kill any consideration of PmWiki.
> > Their views may be minor, but having Google Analytics as a recipe
> > would sidestep the issue completely. Most admins (on this list,
> > anyway) are using other recipes, so one more should not be a show stopper.
> > Neil Herber
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