Fathom Analytics module for After Dark https://after-dark.habd.as/module/voyeur
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Voyeur

Self-hosted analytics for After Dark. Voyeur adds support for Fathom Analytics.

Latest NPM version NPM downloads per month Minimum After Dark version 0BSD licensed

Requirements

Setup

For Voyeur to operate you must have Fathom up and running on a VPS or embedded device such as ODROID or Raspberry Pi. If your domain uses TLS you must also enable TLS on your Fathom domain for reporting to function. If you have a wildcard SSL cert on your existing domain consider hosting Fathom on a subdomain such as stats.example.com for certificate reuse.

An example Docker Compose file to run Fathom using a Postgres database has been provided to you here as a convenience. Instructions on using it are beyond the scope of this module.

Installation

  1. Copy the contents of this repository into a directory called themes/voyeur under the root your After Dark site.
  2. Add voyeur as a theme component to your After Dark site config.toml, e.g.

    theme = [
      "voyeur", # sequence before "after-dark"
      "after-dark"
    ]
    
  3. Add and specify settings for the module in your After Dark site config, e.g.

    [params.modules.voyeur]
      enabled = true # Optional, set false to disable module
      url = "https://stats.example.org" # Optional, base analytics URL
      port = "8080" # Optional, port setting
    
  4. Build and deploy your After Dark site.

For additional information please see the Fathom project.

Development

For development, install Docker on your machine:

Configure your environment to use the dev config override:

export COMPOSE_FILE=docker-compose.yml:docker-compose.dev.yml

Run docker-compose up to start the app.

Contributing

Please squash commits and use Convention Commit messages. Run npm run commit after installing NPM dev dependencies for help creating conventional commit messages.

Rights

Copyright © 2018, 2019 by Josh Habdas jhabdas@protonmail.com

Permission to use, copy, modify, and/or distribute this software for any purpose with or without fee is hereby granted.

The text of the above license is included in the file COPYING in the source.