Updated 30 June 2023
I collect anonymous usage data to help make improvements to the website and the application.
I will never sell information about you to anyone else.
I use third-party services to improve the experience of JuxtaCode for its users. These services handle some amount of user information. They are mentioned below with links to their privacy policies.
I collect web server logs with anonymised IP addresses for the purpose of deriving anonymous aggregated statistics about visits to the site (juxtacode.app). For example, to determine how many visitors accessed the site on a given day.
I collect usage statistics for the JuxtaCode app. This includes basic information about the system you are running JuxtaCode on such as it’s model and operating system. It also includes information about general actions that you take when using JuxtaCode such as when you resolve a merge conflict. This data is collected in two ways:
- as web server logs with anonymised IP addresses;
- by using Telemetry Deck.
I do not share user-identifying information with these services.
If JuxtaCode crashes while you’re using it, macOS typically generates a crash log. This log includes information about the state that the app and your system were in when the crash occurred.
I also use Sentry to track major actions that you might have taken in the lead-up to a crash (for example, opening a repository).
I use this data to diagnose and fix functional problems with JuxtaCode.