When everything gets inspiring on a mountain in Hungary...
People who helped make santiano.io better already
Thank you guys :)
- Simo Ahava - For his great gtm blog and of course, this page load performance module would not exist without him.
- Sebastien Monnier - For his great advice to split features in different GTM containers and for sharing many of his own GTM containers with me.
- Erik Driessen - for his help on the santianoSEO container (Mate... you remember that Slack feature you showed me ? santianoSlackModule can you make it ?)
- Matt Stannard - for his help on santianoSEO container and his little variable that I did not took the time to test yet :(
Participate in its development
There are multiple ways to help santiano.io get Harder Better Faster, the only one true goal...
- Put santiano.io to the test
- Use it for yourself or your customers
- Report issues or bugs you're having
- Help with the current gtm containers
- Develop your own core, module or vendor
Put santiano.io to the test
Download santiano.io's GTM containers and play with them, understand how they function
Use it on your own prod
Only a few features, or altogether, you can use santiano.io exactly how you want it. I do use this GTM architecture for my own customers and websites, and some of my customers run GA360 which means a crazy amount of volume, custom dimensions and many vendor tags to trigger (or not trigger) at the right moment. santiano.io is production tested already and you can use it today.
Report Issues or bugs you're having
You're using santiano.io and you're facing issues, or even found bugs ? feel free to report them right away on the container page itself, variable, trigger, tag and even tagging plan. Maybe one day this site will run a forum, but for now that's the best solution.
Help improve existing GTM containers
The idea of santiano.io being Open Source is that you can add new things and develop upon it. So if you feel like sharing your improvements this would be great.
To do so, get in touch with me directly on Twitter : @garylemasson
No slack yet, but I am thinking about it ;)
Develop your own
You want to develop your own modules and vendors for santiano.io ? Great news as it is always better with more brains power :)
What is very important for santiano.io containers, is 100% compatibility, 100% modularity, 0% redundancy :
- Compatibility : All containers should work with one another, and having more modules and vendors, only means more features
- Modularity : Only one feature per module or vendor,
- No Redundancy : Means that if a module or vendor already exists, you should help improve rather than create new :)
- Commented and readable code and documentation is a +
santiano.io's road map :
- Continious improvement of current core, modules and vendors
- I need to handle multidomain tracking automatically out of the box in GA (I am aware of that issue yes for crossDomain).
- More modules
- More vendors
- Improve the documentation