We currently record Java and Ruby test results, and details of how the DevCreek Eclipse client is being used. We intend to expand to record other kinds of test results, but we will always provide details of what we record. From the Eclipse client, users can also download and examine all of the information that has been recorded recently for their projects.
We have two kinds of project in DevCreek, Open and Walled. Walled projects are not included in aggregate reports, limit access to project-specific reports to project members, and show "Walled" instead of the actual project name in scoreboard statistics. (The project name is hidden on the server side: no client receives the actual name.)
Walled project data, once obfuscated to remove identifying project and method name information, may be used for industry vertical reports or research reports.
Intelliware is committed to upholding fundamental principles of honesty and integrity in our relationship with visitors to our Web site. To that end, Intelliware has adopted rigorous standards of privacy and makes the following promise to every visitor to our Web site:
When Intelliware asks its users to supply optional, personal information for contests, survey, e-Commerce applications, or for any other purpose, that information will remain private and will not be shared with any outside agency, advertiser or third party unless the user was made aware of this possibility prior to submitting their personal information. Intelliware will compile site-wide demographic information that it will share with advertisers, but it will not compile profiles of individual users, including the gathering of names, addresses, e-mail addresses and other personal information to be shared with an advertiser unless the user has consented to the compilation of this material and has submitted it freely in a registration form or survey. Intelliware tracks user IP addresses for the purposes of systems administration, demographic profiling and traffic logging, but Intelliware will not use IP addresses to try to identify individual users of the Intelliware Web site. Intelliware will abide by all court orders, valid search warrants and subpoena.
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How is the data transferred?
Users can upload data via either HTTP or HTTPS. We highly recommend HTTPS.
Where is the data stored?
The data from the DevCreek client is sent to a central secured server that collects and collates results for teams all over the world.
How is the data accessible?
The data can be seen in the Eclipse client and the web site; people can also use the client to download data for their own projects to their local machines. All attempts to access data must pass the same security checks.