I got curious when phogue.net’s bandwidth was getting out of control so I started some extremely basic logging at the start of this month. It’s pretty cool, I’ve even got some users in Adelaide, Australia with me
No information is sent by procon to phogue.net, thus no information is collected about anyone. This map simply displays a marker where a request for an update check originated from. This can be validated in procons code if you become paranoid =D
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What this map does not show
- Anyone that has “Automatically check/download updates” set to off in their options.
- Multiple markers for computers running multiple instances of procon (GSP’s or procon hosts). One marker may be a hundred instances of procon for example.
- Anyone that has not used procon in the last five days.