Since , I have used Github Pages to host Take on Rules.
In I removed Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager from my site. Also in , I removed custom fonts. I instead use common fonts (e.g. Times, Helvetica, Courier).
All of this is to say, I don’t track your personal nor visitor information. I’m also structuring the site so that only the server’s host (e.g. Github) has access to your interaction with this site.
, I am open to moving away from Github, but for now it’s working well enough.
Another topic warrants mentioning. This site does not provide a direct commenting mechanism. Instead, I will often post a link to my blog post on Twitter, Mastodon, and/or Reddit. On those sites, I respond to comments.
Those comments matter, because I enabled Webmentions via webmention.io. I use Bridgy to capture those replies and add them to the post as a webmention. Which means someone’s comments could show up on my site. If you want one of your comments removed, please contact me.
If you send me an email, I’ll respond. Sometimes your email might trigger an idea for a blog post. Before I use any of your words, I’ll get your explicit approval. And that’s something we would both need to work out.