Privacy Policy

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Introduction

Keep your personal data for you, we don’t want it. Missing the cookie banner? Sorry, we don’t use cookies here. 🍪

  • No information such as cookies is stored in the browser
  • No information is shared with, sent to or sold to third-parties
  • No information is shared with advertising companies
  • No information is mined and harvested for personal and behavioral trends

We don’t provide email support for hocuspocus, but if you have some legal issues, privacy or security concerns, send us an email to humans@hocuspocus.dev. For everything else, please use GitHub issues. We’ll make sure to get back to you quickly.

List of external services

With that in mind, we still need a few external services to publish hocuspocus. Let’s go through them one by one.

Hosting (Netlify)

We use Netlify to host the documentation. It features continuous deployment from Git across a global application delivery network and full integration with Let’s Encrypt. If you want to know more, read Netlify’s privacy policy.

Tracking (Plausible)

We use Plausible to gain insight about our visitors in general. It doesn’t track individual users per se and does not store any personal identifiable information. Go to their website to find out what Plausible collects (and more importantly what they don’t).

Or have a look at the public analytics dashboard (soon) they provide. It’s not a stripped down version, it’s the exact same dashboard we use to check the traffic.

Mailing (Mailcoach)

For the mailing list we use a self-hosted Mailcoach instance, which is hosted on of our bare metal servers at Servivum.

Emails (Mailgun)

The actual emails we send to mailing list subscribers are sent through Mailgun (EU). We’d love to send them through our own infrastructure, but email is pretty hard.

Suggesting alternatives

If you know a good self-hosted version of any of the mentioned services, create an issue on GitHub or send us an email to humans@hocuspocus.dev.