We don't store any data about you, track you, or include any cross-site trackers. We do include fonts from the Google font API and use Kwes as our form backend on the about page, and although we tried to choose these services such that they will respect your privacy as well, we can't guarantee that they aren't tracking you either.
localStorage API. These are non-identifiable and store only your color scheme preference (light or dark mode) and any custom API URL you use for the STAMINA API. This is so that you can use our online portal to run STAMINA on either the instance(s) that we host, or an instance you host yourself. You can set up your own instance of the STAMINA API from the code on its GitHub.
Tips for Online PrivacyThe following are Josh's tips for online privacy:
- Use an open-source privacy respecting web browser, such as Firefox, Librewolf (an open source fork of Firefox without the telemetry!), or Ungoogled Chromium. Even a browser such as Midori or Falkon that are included with smaller Linux distributions are more private than mainstream browsers like Chrome or Edge.
- Configure your browser to erase cookies and cache data periodically. (I do it on browser exit).
- Install uBlock Origin. Seriously. This thing is S-tier. I personally use it to disable scripting on all sites except for sites which I whitelist.
- Check your browser's fingerprint on EFF's Cover Your Tracks website. EFF is an interest group that fights for online privacy. Your browser will probably have a unique fingerprint, but virtually all modern browsers do.
document.cookieinto the console. The cookie element is a string that is space-delimited and contains values in the format
"color-scheme=dark expires=Fri, 16 Jun 2023 23:02:44 GMT"
localStorageobject, which stores cookie-esq objects in a key-value pair. We store two things:
color-scheme, which can take either the value
dark, and, if you use the STAMINA online API, we also store a
api-urlvalue, which stores the URL at which the STAMINA API is hosted.