By way of example, and not as a limitation, you agree that when using the Services, you will not:
• Use, download or otherwise copy, or make available (whether or not for a fee) to a person or entity: any directory of users of the Services or other user or usage information or any portion thereof;
• Use automated means, including spiders, robots, crawlers, agents, or the like to download data from any database of PI Square community, or from the Site itself (for example, site or page scraping is prohibited)
- Don't make a list of users available
- Don't use anything automated to download any PI Square data
This is all sunshine and rainbows until you realize that PI Square is based on Jive, which has an API, which exposes a list of users, in an automation-friendly format, to the public. You don't even need to log in or have an account before you can use it. In fact, here is a link to the first 5 users in the list. #rebel #thuglife
Or does OSIsoft really expect its users to keep an open secret and eat their soup with a fork?
What is OSIsoft's official position on the use of PI Square's Jive API?