Analytics with Piwik on oet.sandcats.io

Seems that for Canadian universities, Google Analytics may be OK for individual privacy, but troubling for broader implications. Am I wrong? — Brian Lamb (@brlamb) January 28, 2016 Brian brings up a great point here.  Seems a significant number of BC post-secondary websites are fine using Google Analytics despite it being contrary to guidelines and standards…

stay anonymous (or not) with oet.sandcats.io

By hosting applications using sandstorm.io at oet.sandcats.io, users can can enforce access control on each application. By default, a newly-created application grain (such as an Etherpad document) is private. Through the user interface, you can grant other people access to the grain with varying permission levels, you can inspect who has access, and you can revoke that…