Tag Archives: telemetry

Telemetry – Reboot, Firefox OS, Probe Expiration

Telemetry has seen a resurgence of development of late due in large part to the reboot of the server side component. A group of us gathered in Portland last week to hack on Telemetry concepts (and code). I would like … Continue reading

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Sign in to Telemetry with Persona

I’m pleased to report some user visible progress from the performance and metrics work week. Sign in to the Telemetry dashboard now uses Persona (aka, BrowserID). No special permission is required. The Telemetry dashboard is open to all. Don’t have … Continue reading

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Telemetry Data Issues – Status and Summary

Telemetry is a data collection framework that collects real world data from Firefox. Recently Telemetry experienced some issues resulting in incomplete data being reported on the Telemetry Dashboard and Telemetry Evolution. Before I get into the details about the data … Continue reading

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