Telemetry Histogram Expiry

Nicholas Alexander nalexander at mozilla.com
Mon Jun 20 17:23:01 UTC 2016


> * WEB_NOTIFICATION_CLICKED expires in version 50.0a1 (watched by
> firefox-dev at mozilla.org) - Count of times a web notification was clicked
> * WEB_NOTIFICATION_EXCEPTIONS_OPENED expires in version 50.0a1 (watched by
> firefox-dev at mozilla.org) - Number of times the Notification Permissions
> dialog has been opened.
> * WEB_NOTIFICATION_MENU expires in version 50.0a1 (watched by
> firefox-dev at mozilla.org) - Count of times a contextual menu item was used
> from a Notification (0: DND, 1: Disable, 2: Settings)
> * WEB_NOTIFICATION_PERMISSIONS expires in version 50.0a1 (watched by
> firefox-dev at mozilla.org) - Number of origins with the web notifications
> permission (0 = denied, 1 = allowed).
> * WEB_NOTIFICATION_PERMISSION_REMOVED expires in version 50.0a1 (watched
> by firefox-dev at mozilla.org) - Number of removed web notifications
> permissions (0 = remove deny, 1 = remove allow).
> * WEB_NOTIFICATION_SENDERS expires in version 50.0a1 (watched by
> firefox-dev at mozilla.org) - Number of origins that have shown a web
> notification. Excludes system alerts like update reminders and add-ons.
> * WEB_NOTIFICATION_SHOWN expires in version 50.0a1 (watched by
> firefox-dev at mozilla.org) - Count of times a Notification was rendered
> (accounting for XUL DND). A system backend may put the notification
> directly into the tray if its own DND is on.
>

I expect both Firefox and Fennec teams to want this data for the near
future.  I'd like to suggest extending these probes as we continue to
invest in the Web Push and Web Notification APIs.

Nick
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