Yes, I’ve read that part:
Discourse will retain the user’s IP addresses in our logs associated with the anonymous user. However, there is a new mechanism to clear those out too available to developers.
When using our
UserAnonymizer class, you can pass in an :anonymize_ip option with an IP to replace, for example
However, I’m not a developer, but a discourse admin, so I have no idea how I’m supposed to do that.
I don’t have access to the underlying system and command line.
What I don’t understand is why this isn’t done by default, when I click on
Yep, that’s why I asked my question in the first place.