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The Eclipse Foundation has implemented Contributor License Agreements ([http://www.eclipse.org/legal/CLA.php CLA]) to improve its intellectual property (IP) management and workflow. In part, CLAs are a portion of the work required to implement signed-off-by for all contributions coming to Eclipse via Git or Gerrit.
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The Eclipse Foundation has implemented Contributor License Agreements ([http://www.eclipse.org/legal/CLA.php CLA]) to improve its intellectual property (IP) management and workflow. In part, CLAs are a portion of the work required to implement signed-off-by for all contributions coming to Eclipse via Git or Gerrit. All contributors are required to [[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Development_Resources/Contributing_via_Git#Eclipse_Foundation_Contributor_License_Agreement|sign a CLA]] before contributing to any Eclipse project they are not a committer on.
  
 
* [[Development Resources/Contributing via Git|Contributing via Git]], a resource for contributors (includes instructions on signing your own CLA)
 
* [[Development Resources/Contributing via Git|Contributing via Git]], a resource for contributors (includes instructions on signing your own CLA)

Revision as of 12:14, 17 July 2013

The Eclipse Foundation has implemented Contributor License Agreements (CLA) to improve its intellectual property (IP) management and workflow. In part, CLAs are a portion of the work required to implement signed-off-by for all contributions coming to Eclipse via Git or Gerrit. All contributors are required to [a CLA] before contributing to any Eclipse project they are not a committer on.

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