Privacy Policy

Quick description

The website is 100% self-hosted on my own server rented from OVH, located in France, and is fully static.

This website does not:

  1. Store cookies on your computer
  2. Track you (see below)

This website does:

  1. Use analytics to know from which source readers came from
  2. Try to limit as much as possible the amount of Javascript executed

About analytics

First important point: all the data collected is stored on my server locally. The raw data is only accessible by me and the aggregated data is available via my public Plausible instance available here.

In an attempt to know the number of visits on this website and what source made you come here, I decided to include a light analytics script. The information collected is detailled on Plausible website.

Other remarks

If you have any question about privacy, please send me a mail. I am not used to web in general, but I will do my best to answer you. If you spot any tracker or anything that seems to track you on this website (except the plausible.js file), I urge you to contact me with the details. I will check your claim and, if verified, remove the tracking part with no delay.

About comments

Comments may be enabled in the future. In order to keep the website fully static, it will probably require me to add some Javascript code. If this feature is added to the website, you will be warned at least 1 week before with a blog post explaining the change. I will also make sure that the comments posted are only stored on my server and not on a third party server.

Here are some ideas of commenting frameworks that might suits the requirements:

  1. https://github.com/skx/e-comments
  2. https://github.com/posativ/isso/
  3. https://github.com/debiki/talkyard
  4. https://gitlab.com/commento/commento (self-hosted seems to be possible, and this framework is already included in Academic so it might be easier for me to setup this one)
  5. https://schnack.cool