Thanks for asking this question. Here’s the original attempt perhaps @damencho was referring to: GitHub - lmangani/jitsi-hep: Experimental Jitsi Analytics handler for HEP Stack which was largely ignored.
This said this was a long ago, modern HEP Servers support WS/WSS input and can receive HEP directly from browsers which can also speak it easily with hep-js and emit whatever. During the last Fosdem we have demonstrated ways to collect statistics and signaling in a decentralized fashion as well as an extension which can embed rtc stats, console output and anything else for shipping using our tools to HOMER and its many backends of choice, in this case Loki which in my opinion is ideal for the task, providing logs search and timeseries at once. Pretty cool stuff ignored by most, but the few using it are definitely enjoying the benefits and the savings over other obsolete methods.
Feel free to bring the subject to the HOMER forums anytime.