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Enable capability to stop logging referrals #21

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timheuer opened this issue Feb 19, 2012 · 3 comments
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timheuer opened this issue Feb 19, 2012 · 3 comments

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@timheuer timheuer commented Feb 19, 2012

Given the support for Google Analytics (or frankly any other analytics) the concept of Subtext logging referral traffic to me seems pointless. The referral database areas are one where people have created scripts to clean them up and I constantly delete the data routinely.

IMO just remove the referral logging all together, but at a minimum, allow us to toggle that off.

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@simonech simonech commented Feb 19, 2012

This is something high on the list... Disabling referral tracking all together is probably the easiest option :)
On/off toggle is also easy.
Our original idea was to enable some kind of maintenance via a page in the admin, but since this issue is blocking people from moving to Azure (myself included) we might just add the toggle switch in the web.config.

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On 19/feb/2012, at 06:50, Tim Heuerreply@reply.github.com wrote:

Given the support for Google Analytics (or frankly any other analytics) the concept of Subtext logging referral traffic to me seems pointless. The referral database areas are one where people have created scripts to clean them up and I constantly delete the data routinely.

IMO just remove the referral logging all together, but at a minimum, allow us to toggle that off.


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@timheuer timheuer commented Feb 19, 2012

I just disabled it in trackentry stored proc

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Sent from mobile - please excuse tone and brevity

On Feb 19, 2012, at 1:59 AM, Simone Chiarettareply@reply.github.com wrote:

This is something high on the list... Disabling referral tracking all together is probably the easiest option :)
On/off toggle is also easy.
Our original idea was to enable some kind of maintenance via a page in the admin, but since this issue is blocking people from moving to Azure (myself included) we might just add the toggle switch in the web.config.

Simo


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On 19/feb/2012, at 06:50, Tim Heuerreply@reply.github.com wrote:

Given the support for Google Analytics (or frankly any other analytics) the concept of Subtext logging referral traffic to me seems pointless. The referral database areas are one where people have created scripts to clean them up and I constantly delete the data routinely.

IMO just remove the referral logging all together, but at a minimum, allow us to toggle that off.


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@shankarkrupa shankarkrupa commented Nov 8, 2012

This could be set/reset from the web.config itself, through BlogConfigurationSettings=>Tracking=>enableWebStats="false" and BlogConfigurationSettings=>Tracking=>enableAggBugs="false"

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