"Ned" doesn't require any authentication or login. As such, it allows its users to remain totally
anonymous & start benefitting from its features in no time.
However, "Ned" is meant to not only support the learning of the C programming language
but also support educational research in understanding the problems encountered by novice programmers
who are learning this language. As such, the files you upload, the reports generated by "Ned" and other
data produced as a result of operating the software, are archived by the system & made publicly available.
In some instances, we might find a new example triggering a specific warning or error in your source. We might end up
using it as example.
If you wish to benefit from the anonimity afforded to you by this software, make sure that the files you
upload do not contain any identifying information. It is your responsibility to do so before to use this software.
We reserve the right to modify these terms without notice
By using "Ned" you agree to the above-outlined terms of usage.
Feel free to contact the grant's Principal Investigator, Alessio Gaspar
with any questions you might have.