We will never sell your private data or information. We don't give out your private info to organizations that may sell it. We do though disclose some customer information to SAAS providers that we use in order to make the Coveralls service functional. Those third party companies include Google Mail for any communication with us, your CI service for continuous integration testing, Amazon AWS for hosting, Amazon S3 for storage, Cloud66 for orchestration - each of these has their own privacy policies.
Coveralls accesses your code using the OAuth access token provided by your SCM, and no private code is stored or cached on our servers. The Coveralls service operates on a read only basis and does not write any information into your code—we only access code in order to read it and determine your testing coverage.
No human ever reads your code in the normal order of business operations, and we only have access to your code with your express permission and through you signing up via OAuth.
Only the founders and background-checked employees have access to your code, and we will only look at it in response to support requests with your explicit permission. In the future, customer support level people may also be given access to customer source code, but your code will never be shared with third party contractors.
All access to account information and repository data is conducted over SSL connection, and all passwords are 1-way encrypted, never plaintext. Coverall admins will never access your sensitive data unless you specifically authorize us to do so, and Coveralls admins have no access to your password.
Coveralls accesses your repositories on your SCM only to comment / annotate on pull requests. The Coveralls badge for your repository has to be placed into the “read me” by the user, the Coveralls application does not access or change that file. When you sign up for Coveralls you are explicitly allowing Coveralls to access your repositories on your SCM, revoking this access is easy, just click the revoke button any time through your SCM application settings page. Of course doing this will stop Coveralls from having access to your private repositories.
If you wish to remove a repository, click the delete repository button. The builds and the repository data are all removed from the Coveralls server by this action.
If you would like to delete your account click the delete account button on your account page. This action will delete your account information, delete build and source code information stored on our servers, and stop any further billing.
To remove access to your SCM account, you can remove it via your SCM application settings page.
Coveralls is hosted on Amazon Web Services and orchestrated via Cloud66. If the EC2 service becomes vulnerable, your source code may also become vulnerable to accidental disclosure. Amazon's Security Center discusses their security in great detail.
We take security incredibly seriously. If you have any suggestions for how we could improve our security, or improve this policy, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will act immediately to deal with the issue.
Users of the Coveralls service must abide by this policy.
You must not submit any content to Coveralls that is illegal, offensive, or otherwise harmful. You must not submit any content to Coveralls in violation of law, infringing the intellectual property rights of others, violating the privacy or other rights of others, or in violation of any agreement with a third party.
You must not disclose information via Coveralls that you do not have the right to disclose, such as confidential information of others.
You must not copy or share any personally identifiable information of any other person through Coveralls without their specific permission.
You must not violate any applicable law in using Coveralls.
You must not use or attempt to use another person's Coveralls account without their specific permission.
You must not send advertisements, chain letters, or other solicitations via Coveralls.
You must not automate access to, use, or monitor the Coveralls website, such as with a web crawler, browser plug-in or add-on, or other computer program that is not a web browser.
You must not use Coveralls to send e-mail to distribution lists, newsgroups, or group mail aliases.
You must not falsely imply that you are affiliated with or endorsed by Coveralls, Inc.
You must not operate illegal schemes, such as pyramid schemes, via Coveralls.
You must not remove any marking indicating proprietary ownership from any material received from Coveralls.
You must not display any portion of the Coveralls website via an HTML IFRAME.
You must not disable, avoid, or circumvent any security or access restrictions of Coveralls, or access parts of Coveralls not intended for access by you.
You must not strain infrastructure of Coveralls with an unreasonable volume of requests, or requests designed to impose an unreasonable load on IT systems underlying Coveralls.
You must not encourage or assist any other person in violation of this acceptable use policy.
These Coveralls Terms and the Order sent by Coveralls by e-mail or presented to Customer through https://coveralls.io/ make up an agreement between Provider and Customer:
Provider develops Coveralls, a software platform for measuring and reporting code coverage, a key metric of computer software quality.
Provider publishes Documentation describing the features and functionality of Coveralls at https://docs.coveralls.io/.
Provider offers Coveralls both through its Website, https://coveralls.io/, and via direct, account-managed sales.
Provider offers Coveralls both as Hosted Service and as Licensed Software.
These terms cover both Hosted Service and Licensed Software, depending on which is specified on the Order.
If the Order is for Hosted Service:
Provider agrees to run Coveralls so that Customer Personnel can use the Feature Set by visiting the Website with computers and software that meet any requirements set out in the current Documentation.
Provider agrees not to access, use, or disclose Customer Data without Permission, except:
as needed to provide Coveralls
to monitor use of Coveralls to prevent, detect, and mitigate breach of these terms
to respond to Support Requests
Provider agrees to take industry-standard security precautions to keep Customer Data that it has secure from inadvertent publication, leak, and hacker attack. Provider does not agree to make sure Customer Data is completely free of software bugs or configuration errors affecting security, or completely secure from all possible hacker attacks.
Provider agrees to:
adopt, maintain, and periodically review a written plan to recover from any Disaster affecting the computers used to provide Coveralls or the integrity of Customer Data
share the plan with relevant Provider personnel
give Customer a copy of the current plan on request
follow the plan if a Disaster happens
Provider agrees to make sure its employees and contractors abide by Keep Customer Data Confidential, Take Security Precautions Prepare for Disasters and Keep Malicious Code Out of Coveralls. Provider may contract with others to provide computers and software services used to provide Coveralls to Customer.
If the Order is for Licensed Software:
Provider agrees to make the Latest Version of Coveralls supporting the Feature Set available for Customer to download through the Account Dashboard.
Provider agrees to make sure the Documentation has instructions that enable a system administrator experienced with a supported operating system to install, configure, and run the Latest Version of Coveralls.
Provider agrees to make sure any Software Dependencies not included in the download of the Latest Version of Coveralls from the Account Dashboard are Publicly Licensed and generally available for Customer to download from a Public Software Repository. Provider does not agree to any Service-Level Agreement or other specific guarantee about any Public Software Repository.
If the Order includes technical support terms, Provider agrees to respond to Support Requests as the Order describes.
Provider agrees to host the Documentation so Customer personnel can read it via the Internet.
If the Order includes any Service-Level Agreement, Provider agrees to credit Customer's account on Notice and verification that it failed to provide service according to the Service-Level Agreement while Customer remained within the Use Limits and met its obligations under Follow Rules About Use and Enforce Rules About Use. Provider agrees to apply credits against Customer's obligations to pay Fees as soon as possible. Provider does not agree to refund any credits.
If Provider credits Customer's account under a Service-Level Agreement for three months in a row, and Customer ends this agreement during the third month, citing poor service, Provider agrees to refund Fees that Customer paid for those three months, as well as any Prepaid Fees.
If Provider changes or removes Software Features from the Latest Version of Coveralls that were part of the Feature Set, substantially reducing how useful Coveralls is to Customer, and Customer ends this agreement in the same Billing Period as the change or the next Billing Period, citing the change, Provider agrees to refund any Prepaid Fees.
Provider agrees to make sure the Latest Version of Coveralls is free of malicious code.
Provider may include code in the Latest Version of Coveralls that automatically disables Software Features on failure to validate administrative Access Credentials, but agrees not to include any code that disables Software Features based on monitoring of Use Limits. Provider may include code that monitors Use Limits, validates administrative Access Credentials, and reports results back to Provider systems.
So long as Customer has paid all Fees as required by this agreement:
Subject to Indemnification Process, Provider agrees to give Customer Indemnification for Legal Claims by others alleging that Permitted Use of Coveralls infringes any copyright, trademark, or trade secret right, or breaks any law.
As of the day Provider signs this agreement, Provider employees are not aware of any patent that Provider would infringe by licensing or providing Coveralls under these terms, or that Customer would infringe by Permitted Use of Coveralls.
Provider agrees to give Customer prompt Notice of any Infringement or Noncompliance Claim.
Customer agrees to pay all Fees, in advance, for each Billing Period, as agreed in the Order. Customer agrees to pay all tax on fees, except tax Provider owes on income.
If Customer is located outside the United States, and local law requires Customer to withhold taxes on fees paid under this agreement:
Customer agrees to make the required tax withholding payments for Provider by deducting the right amounts from payments to Provider and paying them to the proper tax authorities.
Customer agrees to increase the amount of each payment made under this agreement, to offset withholding, so that Provider receives the full amount owed according to the Order.
Customer agrees to provide Provider relevant official tax documentation and tax receipts showing that withholding was required, and that proper withholding payment has been made, as soon as possible after making any withholding payment.
Customer agrees not to:
infringe anyone else's Intellectual Property Right using Coveralls
violate anyone else's rights using Coveralls
breach any agreement using Coveralls
break the law using Coveralls
reverse engineer Coveralls
circumvent any access controls or other limits of Coveralls
circumvent code permitted under Limit Validation Code in Coveralls
license, sell, lease, or otherwise let anyone but Customer Personnel use Software Features
furnish or solicit Customer Data subject to Special Data Regulations
reuse any one set of Access Credentials for multiple Users
remove proprietary notices from Coveralls or Documentation
use Coveralls for competitive analysis
if the Order is for Hosted Service, strain the technical infrastructure of Coveralls with an unreasonable volume of requests, or requests expected to impose an unreasonable load, except with Permission to conduct a specific technical or security test
publish data about the performance of Coveralls
Customer agrees to keep its contact, payment, and other administrative details complete, accurate, and up-to-date. Customer agrees to do so through the Account Dashboard whenever possible, and otherwise by Notice.
Customer agrees to make sure Customer Personnel only share Access Credentials as needed to use Coveralls and services under these terms, and secure Access Credentials at least as well as Customer's own confidential information.
Coveralls is subject to United States export restrictions, and may be subject to foreign import restrictions. Customer agrees not to break any import or export law by exporting or reexporting Coveralls.
Customer agrees to make sure that relevant Customer Personnel respond quickly to follow-up questions about Support Requests.
Subject to Indemnification Process, Customer agrees to give Provider Indemnification from Legal Claims by others based on:
breach of these terms
Use of Coveralls at Customer's Own Risk
misuse of Customer's Access Credentials
If the Order is for Licensed Software, Provider grants Customer and each of the Users a Standard License, for any copyrights Provider can license, to copy, install, back up, and make Permitted Use of Coveralls and Documentation.
Provider grants Customer and each of the Users a Standard License, for any patents Provider can license, to make Permitted Use of Coveralls.
With the exceptions of the licenses in Intellectual Property, these terms do not license or assign any Intellectual Property Right.
Subject to Change Process:
Customer may end this agreement at any time by giving Notice.
If the Order describes a pricing structure for higher Use Limits, Customer may increase its Use Limits within that pricing structure at any time, by Notice. Customer increases to Use Limits take effect as soon as Customer pays any added Fees.
Subject to Change Process:
Provider may end this agreement at the end of the twelfth or any later Billing Period by giving Notice at least three full Billing Periods in advance.
Provider may end this agreement immediately if Customer breaches this agreement and fails to cure the breach within fourteen calendar days of Notice.
Provider may add, remove, and change Software Features in the Latest Version of Coveralls.
Provider may add, remove, and change the functionality of the Account Dashboard and Documentation.
Provider may take any of these steps in response to an Infringement or Noncompliance Claim:
Provider may release a new Latest Version of Coveralls so that use of Coveralls as provided will no longer infringe or break the law.
Provider may change how it provides Coveralls so that use of Coveralls as provided will no longer infringe or break the law.
If the problem is infringement, Provider may get a license for Customer so that use of Coveralls will no longer infringe.
If the problem is illegality, Provider may get the government approvals, licenses, or other requirements needed to abide by the law.
Provider may end this agreement and refund any Prepaid Fees.
Each side's only legal remedy for Legal Claims covered by Indemnification will be Indemnification.
Customer's only legal remedy for failures to meet any Service-Level Agreement will be credits under Give Credits for Bad Service.
Customer's only legal remedy for changes to Software Features in the Latest Version of Coveralls will be refunds under Refund Prepaid Fees for Removed Features.
Neither side will be liable for any failure or delay in meeting any Service-Level Agreement or other obligation under these terms caused by a Disaster, failure of the other side or its personnel to meet their obligations under these terms, or actions done or delayed on written request of the other side.
Except for its obligations in Provider's Obligations, _Provider_ provides _Coveralls_ "as is", without any warranty at all. _Provider_ disclaims any warranties the law might otherwise imply, like warranties of merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose, title, or noninfringement.
Subject to Damages Limit Exceptions, neither side's total liability for breach of these terms will exceed the amount of _Fees_ _Provider_ received from _Customer_ during the twelve months before the first claim is filed. This limit applies even if the one liable is advised that the other may suffer damages, and even if _Customer_ paid no fees at all.
Neither side will be liable for breach-of-contract damages they could not have reasonably foreseen when agreeing to these terms.
Limited Damages does not limit damages for breach of:
Both sides agree that to receive Indemnification under these terms, they must give Notice of any covered Legal Claims quickly, allow the other side to control investigation, defense, and settlement, and cooperate with those efforts. Both sides agree that if they fail to give Notice of any covered Legal Claims quickly, Indemnification will not cover amounts that could have been defended against or mitigated if Notice had been given quickly. Both sides agree that if they take control of the defense and settlement of any Legal Claims covered by Indemnification, they will not agree to any settlements that admit fault or impose obligations on the other side without their Permission.
Both sides agree that to give Notice under these terms, the side giving Notice must send by e-mail to the address the recipient given with its signature, or to a different address given later for Notice going forward. If either side finds that e-mail can't be delivered to the e-mail address given, it may give Notice by registered mail to the address on file for the recipient with the state under whose laws it is organized.
Customer agrees to make changes to the Order through the Account Dashboard whenever possible. If the Account Dashboard does not provide a user interface for making a particular change, or the Account Dashboard is not available or malfunctions, Customer may make its change by Notice to Provider. Provider agrees to make changes to the Order by Notice.
The law of the state of California will govern our agreement.
The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the Sale of Goods will not apply to these terms.
The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act will not apply to these terms.
Coveralls is commercial computer software, and the Documentation is commercial computer software documentation. Both Coveralls and the Documentation were developed exclusively at private expense. If Customer's procurement of Coveralls and Documentation is subject to Federal Acquisition Regulation 12.212 or Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement 227.7202, Customer's rights in Coveralls and Documentation will be only those stated in the Order and these terms.
Both sides intend the Order and these terms as the final, complete, and only expression of their terms about use of Coveralls and related support services. However, these terms do not affect the terms of any separate nondisclosure or confidentiality agreement Provider and Customer may have.
Only Provider and Customer may enforce these terms.
Each side may assign all its rights, licenses, and obligations under these terms, as a whole, to a new legal entity created to change its jurisdiction or legal form of organization, or to an entity that acquires substantially all of its assets or enough securities to control its management. Otherwise, each side needs Permission to assign any right or license under these terms. Attempts to assign against these terms will have no legal effect.
Both sides agree to bring any Lawsuit in Los Angeles Courts.
Both sides consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of Los Angeles Courts. Both sides may enforce judgments from Los Angeles Courts in other jurisdictions.
Both sides waive any objection to venue for any Lawsuit in Los Angeles Courts and any claim that the other brought any Lawsuit in Los Angeles Courts in an inconvenient forum.
Access Credentials means a user name and password, license key, or other secret that affords use of Coveralls.
Account Dashboard means the account management section of the administration page of Coveralls.
Billing Period means a successive, month-long period. The first Billing Period starts on the date of this agreement. The plural is Billing Periods.
Business Day means a day other than a Saturday, Sunday, or a day when commercial banks in Los Angeles, California typically stay closed. The plural is Business Days.
Concurrent Users means the number of Users logged into or using Coveralls at any given time.
Customer Data means data that:
Users furnish to Coveralls, such as by entering it or configuring Coveralls to gather or receive it, if doing so doesn't breach these terms
Coveralls collects about Users and how they use Coveralls
Customer Personnel means Customer's employees and each Customer subsidiary's employees, as well as independent contractors providing services to Customer.
Customer Systems means computer programs run by Customer or by independent contractors for Customer.
fire, flood, earthquake, pandemic, and other natural disasters
declared and undeclared wars, acts of terrorism, sabotage, riots, civil disorders, rebellions, and revolutions
extraordinary malfunction of Internet infrastructure, data centers, or communications utilities
malicious technical attack on systems providing Coveralls
government actions taken in response to any of these causes
Feature Set means all Software Features described in the Documentation on the date of this agreement.
Fees means all fees agreed in the Order.
Indemnification means indemnifying and holding harmless for all liability, expenses, damages, and costs.
Infringement or Noncompliance Claim means a court order against use of Coveralls based on a claim that it infringes any Intellectual Property Right, or breaks any law, or a threat of that kind of claim that Provider believes credible.
Intellectual Property Right means any patent, copyright, trademark, or trade secret right, or any other legal right typically referred to as an intellectual property right.
Latest Version of Coveralls means the most recent version of Coveralls that Provider publicly promotes for use in production, rather than test or development, systems.
Lawsuit means a lawsuit brought by one side against the other, related to these terms or Coveralls.
Legal Claims means claims, demands, lawsuits, and other legal actions.
Los Angeles Courts means the California state courts sitting in Los Angeles or the United States District Court for the Norther District of California.
Notice means a written communication from one side to the other per Notice Process.
Permission means prior Notice of consent.
Permitted Use of Coveralls means Customer's use of Coveralls, other than Use of Coveralls at Customer's Own Risk.
Prepaid Fees means Fees Customer prepaid for Billing Periods yet to begin.
Public Software Repository means an website or Internet service that provides free-of-charge downloads of Publicly Licensed software.
Publicly Licensed means published with a notice of a license to the public, or to everyone who receives a copy.
Running Instances means the number of copies of Coveralls Customer runs at any given time.
Service-Level Agreement means a Provider commitment to meet specific, measurable standards in providing a service, such as an uptime percentage for Hosted Service or a mean time of response to Support Requests.
Software Dependencies means software from others that Coveralls depends on, installs, configures, or links, directly or indirectly, to provide the Feature Set.
Software Features means functions of Coveralls described in the Documentation.
Special Data Regulations means laws and regulations that impose special requirements on the collection, storage, processing, or transmission of particular kinds of data about individuals. The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, and Fair Credit Reporting Act are some Special Data Regulations. Laws that apply to data just because they may identify specific individuals are not Special Data Regulations.
Standard License means a nonexclusive license during the term of this agreement that is conditional on payment of all fees as required by these terms and limited by the Use Limits.
Support Requests means questions and requests for help concerning Coveralls from Customer Personnel.
Use of Coveralls at Customer's Own Risk means:
use of Coveralls in breach of these terms
use of Coveralls with changes, additions, or in combination with other software, systems, or data, in a way that infringes someone else's Intellectual Property Right or breaks the law, if use of Coveralls as provided, as described by the Documentation, would not
use of other than the Latest Version of Coveralls that infringes someone else's Intellectual Property Right or breaks the law, if Customer had Notice that using the Latest Version of Coveralls would not
unauthorized use of Coveralls with Customer Access Credentials
Use Limits means numeric limits on technical aspects of Coveralls, such as amount of data storage space and visitors per Billing Period.
User Accounts means the number of Users with Access Credentials, not counting any administrative Access Credentials.
Users means Customer Personnel using Coveralls and Customer Systems using Coveralls.