- We're adding tracking
- Including third-party tracking
- There will be proprietary scripts
- The website and API will be broken for you until you agree
@sir So what they're saying is, *paying customers* will now be subject to *mandatory* telemetry and data collection?
I could *maybe* see their reasoning for installs hosted by GitLab, but a major selling point for self-hosting for many organizations is reducing the risk of disclosure of *their* paying customers' IP to third parties. Telemetry of any kind would be unacceptable to them.
@guenther @chpietsch @faoluin @sir They rolled back the decision of not opting-out for EE https://twitter.com/gitlab/status/1187183217553612802
Got it. At least they are not trying to hide it.
Final step before IPO. surprised they didn't wait till afterwards
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