[erlang-questions] Contributor License Agreement for pullrequests
Henrik Nord X
Tue Nov 28 08:32:15 CET 2017
On mån, 2017-11-27 at 18:06 +0100, Anthony Ramine wrote:
> What's the rationale for this?
Same as before.
To make sure that the code is free to use for the community and us.
That you ensure that it is your code to submit.
And that you agree to the licence in question for the code you submit
to Erlang/OTP. (Apache License 2.0)
Before there was a email passed to and fro and the automatic handeling
for that was deptricated when we started using github as a master repo,
and pullrequests more frequently.
This should make the process smoother for everyone.
> > Le 27 nov. 2017 à 11:26, Henrik Nord X <henrik.x.nord@REDACTED>
> > a écrit :
> > Hello Erlang Questions!
> > As some of you already noticed, we have now added a CLA application
> > for
> > github pullrequests.
> > This is done to ensure that we (Erlang/OTP at Ericsson) always have
> > a
> > up to date list of contributors, and that you contribute code that
> > you
> > are yours to commit, and free for us to use and maintain under
> > the Apache License 2.0.
> > If and When you submit a pullrequest for the first time (after this
> > change) you will be prompted via e-mail and a comment on your
> > pullrequest to visit the https://cla-assistant.io/ and agree to
> > this.
> > We will then store your github username, first and last name and
> > email
> > in much the same way as before.
> > BR
> > Henrik Nord
> > Erlang/OTP
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