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Information Gathering and Usage
During Awesome Graphs installation, users grant access to the app to read repositories. The access is needed to collect commit metadata required to promptly build and render graphs when loading pages. We collect and encrypt the following commit details: repository UUID, commit hash, author username, parent hashes, commit date. No cloning operations are executed, the data is collected using REST API.
As a result of Bitbucket APIs, Awesome Graphs can only get Read and Write access to private repositories, even though Awesome Graphs only uses the Read permissions. For more information on Bitbucket's authentication scopes please read here.
For private repositories, graphs are available for viewing to users that have the permission to view a repository and have Awesome Graphs installed in their account. Users without repository viewing permissions will not be able to see graphs of that repository.
Awesome Graphs uses Google Analytics that allows us to better understand our users and improve the services we offer. To learn about how Google Analytics collects and processes data please read here. For the information about what steps Google Analytics takes to help keep your data protected please read here.The information gathered is non-personally identifiable. StiltSoft will not facilitate the merging of personally-identifiable data with non-personally identifiable data previously collected without notice and the user's consent.
Awesome Graphs uses third party vendor and hosting partner, Heroku, to provide the necessary hardware, software, networking, storage, and related technology required to run Awesome Graphs. Although StiltSoft company owns the code, databases, and all rights to the Awesome Graphs platform, you retain all rights to your data.
StiltSoft company may periodically update this policy.