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Cookie Policy

Cookies are used solely for statistical purposes of this website and are anonymised as much as possible. The information is not used for personalized advertising or other marketing purposes.

A cookie is a small text file, usually containing a unique identifier, which is sent to your browser and placed on your end device's storage. This file contains some anonymous information such as the identifier, the name of the website, or the duration (expiry time). This file may be temporary and exist at the time of your login to a particular website, or it may be permanent and remain in the storage of your terminal device for the specified expiration period or until it is deleted by the user.

We use cookies primarily to ensure that our website functions properly and for statistical purposes such as traffic. We also use cookies to determine what pages are of interest to you and then set them up (if they do not already exist) or expand and customize them (if they already exist). We do not use cookies to find out any of your other personal information.

Types of cookies stored by the website

DW<hash>Used for authentication after login. This holds the necessary data to (re)login a previously authenticated user.Importance: necessary for anyone who needs to log inTypical content: encrypted username and password
DOKU_PREFSUsed for remembering helpful user preferences, like the size of the editor textarea.Importance: functionalTypical content: name/value pairs in plain text
DokuWikiThe standard PHP session identifier. Used to hold temporary data and to avoid CSRF attacks.Importance: necessaryTypical content: random ID

The website is connected to Google Analytics, which is used to monitor traffic and anonymised behaviour for the administrators of this website. Google may use the behavioural data on this website according to the terms of terms and conditions.

If you wish, you can manually delete cookies, which will lose certain information about your behaviour. Cookies are stored by browsers and the vast majority allow you to manage them, including deleting them. A guide to the most widely used browsers is here. When using anonymous modes in browsers, just close the entire browser, and you will always be re-informed about the use of cookies on subsequent restarts.

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