Note: the following was written by a wiki editor who does not belong to debian.org; it is not necessarily endorsed by Debian.
Todo: The Privacy statement should be formalized, officially endorsed and moved to a read-only page (typically, /privacy.html).
If you simply visit wiki.debian.org (without logging in), you remain anonymous.
Privacy "issues" are the same as for any website. Of course, all connections to this system are logged. The data logged will include the date and time, your IP address, your browser's User Agent (UA) string, the requested and referrer URLs as well as searched keywords. The raw log files are accessible to wiki administrators and system admins only. Statistical data on pages visited, referrers, User Agents, searched keywords, etc. may be published more widely.
Logged in users
Of course, if you are logged in to wiki.debian.org, the traces described above for "Anonymous visitors" are connected to your login!
The pages you subscribed to.
Please understand that the history of all your contributions is publicly available, by design. This specifically includes:
- Your login name
- The date and time of changes
Your IP address
- The text of your contribution.
You can list all contributions within the past 90 days by clicking on the RecentChanges link in the sidebar. The complete list of contributions for a given page (even beyond 90 days) can be accessed by clicking on link Info from that page.