Wednesday, November 21, 2018

blessTags application Privacy Policy


Network Usage:

       The blessTags application uses the internet to send an email when an event will take place – the desired sensor value (instantaneous, mean or the variance) is lower or higher than a threshold value or is inside or outside of a specific range of values. But, this email will be sent only to the people indicated by the user of the blessTags application! No one else will know, use or store the email address or the email body message.

Data Collected:

      The blessTags program does not collect any kind of personal data from users.  It does not ask for your name or email address and does not knowingly send them back to the developer. No your IP address (or your gateway’s IP address) will be collected or transmitted to the developer.
      blessTags shares this information with the following parties:
  • No data will be shared using this application and the application doesn't have abilities to collect personal user information.

More info about:

     You are always welcome to write to me about the application. If you would like to have further information, use the following email:
  • mdobrea at gmail.com
     This policy is subject to change without notice. Please check this page for the latest privacy policy. If you disagree with this policy, please discontinue use of the application.

Thursday, November 1, 2018

How many hours do you spend on the development of the blessTags application?

       This is a very hard question. I have never been counting how much time I spent in developing the blessTags application. With the release of each new version, the number of code lines that the new version of the application has it is counted and presented to the users - please see the blessTags version history section. This indicator, the number of code lines of the blessTags application, it is a very good reference for the efforts made in developing the application. But that's not all. Testing the newly developed features, testing their integration with the rest of the application also takes a lot of time.
       In order to highlight these efforts (made in the testing phase of the application), but also those deployed in the development of the blessTags application, I think an image is much more exciting. 
       In the below figure, I present all the coins batteries (CR2032) depleted in the last 6-8 months in the development phase and testing phase of the blessTags application with different types of the SensorTags.

Q&A (question and answer) section

      In this section of this blog, I will answer the various questions from users of the blessTags application. So, if you have questions on which do you have not found answers in the pages of this blog, please email me at mdobrea at gmail.com - I will answer at each of them. If a question is repeated constantly by many users or the response to a specific question concerns more users of the blessTags application, I will post the answer to it on this page.

  1. Howmany hours do you spend on the development of the blessTagsapplication?