- Stacktape collects certain anonymous usage data from the commands you run.
- This helps us improve your experience. It helps us to:
- catch bugs and regressions
- understand how the product is used and what areas to focus on
When an unexpected error occurs, the error is automatically reported to Sentry error monitoring service.
No Personally identifiable information or any sensitive data are reported.
Furthermore, the id of the reported error will be printed to the terminal. You can create a Github issue with the supplied error id and more error details. This will help us solve the issue faster.
- When you run a stacktape command, an anonymous usage data are collected to our dedicated analytics endpoint
Overview of the collected data:
|used command line arguments (only names, not values)
|Preferred system locale
|Random, non-identifiable system signature (UUID)
|"cli" or "sdk"
|Unique identifier of the invocation
|Duration of the command in milliseconds
|"Success", "user interruption" or an error code
|Stacktape version used
This data help us to:
- Identify most common problems our users are facing. A lot of repeating errors can indicate a bad design, lacking documentation or a hard-to-understand concepts.
- Identify regressions. For example a command taking unusually long time to execute.
- Understand how the product is used and prioritize new features.
Disabling data collection
To disable all data collection, just configure an environment variable
STP_DISABLE_TELEMETRY=1 before running your